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With the end of winter finally approaching, homeowners are gearing up to inject new life into their homes by redecorating, especially with airy coastal themes that are perfect for summer. Even homeowners who don’t live on the waterfront may want interior design advice on bringing the beach to the home. Fortunately, there are several current […]
With the end of winter finally approaching, homeowners are gearing up to inject new life into their homes by redecorating, especially with airy coastal themes that are perfect for summer.
Even homeowners who don’t live on the waterfront may want interior design advice on bringing the beach to the home. Fortunately, there are several current trends and trade shows that can help homeowners in any location achieve these goals.
One way to decorate with a beach-theme, says the Huffington Post, is to replace colored linens with whites. This gives bedrooms and bathrooms a brighter, airier feel and can evoke the sense of being at a resort.
Adding a “statement plant” is another way to bring the outdoors in. This can make a home feel just like a beach house or a rental cottage.
Those who have large porches can turn them into a “tropical oasis” by adding some new white wicker furniture. Sun rooms and other rooms of the house can benefit from pops of color, especially bright blues and yellows.
“Coastal color palettes and patterns are breaking with tradition,” says Dan Bleich, Owner, Shore House Furniture. “We are now seeing very vibrant, whimsical uses of orange, yellow and magenta mixed with muted hues of blue and green. Coastal homes and condos are boldly mixing chevron and nautical with floral prints. Traditional wicker and rattan is being paired with modern and contemporary pieces. The end result makes a very ‘anything goes’ laidback statement that is decisively coastal and inviting.”
Some homeowners may even want to take in a trade show to get interior design advice from the experts in their areas.
This past weekend, the Coastal Home and Garden Show took place in Morehead City, NC. The show featured everything from the latest interior and garden design trends to information on preparing coastal vacation homes for the summer.
Coming up May 12 to 15 in Miami Beach, FL, is the prestigious Maison and Objet interior design show, for those who prefer high-end furniture and one of a kind pieces in their homes.
But for those who can’t afford home decor by Damien Hirst and Jean Paul Gaultier, there are still other ways to change a home’s style.
And if choosing beach-inspired color palettes and prints isn’t enough, HuffPo recommends finding a great spot to hang a hammock — to really get the feeling of being on vacation in the tropics.
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