By Raelyn Marcum. Beach Home Design. Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 13:20:01 PM.
Regarding the structure itself, you have a few options to think about. You might want the simple and low-maintenance qualities of a rustic shack. Or, you might be dreaming of a Balinese, Thai or other Asian-inspired motif for your home. But you can also have a modern minimalist architecture, too. You need to determine what your preference is and what would work best in your location. From here, it would be easier for you to select all the other materials for the rest of your home.
Choosing Nautical Light Fixtures. I would stick to modern table lamps like those with a cylindrical base and shade but in soothing colors that match the decor. You could even get one with a clear glass base that shows off a little of its inner workings or one with a thicker glass that looks like sea glass. Lighting is a very important design element and should be chosen carefully. Boat lights like bulk heads have very clean modern lines and could be a great addition to a modern beach home. They typically feature frosted glass encased in metallic or rusted cages and look clean and fresh inside or out.
Color Is Key. If I were decorating a modern beach home I would start by painting the walls soft natural colors inspired by the world around my home. By using a cool aqua, an eggshell white, a sandy tan or a light celery green to create a calming serene environment. If you don't like a lot of color you could paint the majority of the walls white while having one wall pop in aqua or green. Accent walls are very popular in modern decorating and they make your home feel less bland.
You can take this natural beach palette to have a bit more color if you move towards the Mediterranean style. Instead of wood flooring, Moroccan tiles would also look lovely. Accessories like lamps and vases with orange, blue, or brick red would complement the surroundings as colorful accents.
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