By Margot Ebert. Beach Home Design. Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 13:31:35 PM.
Finish With The Right Furniture. Keeping your furniture simple in design with clean lines and simple fabrics will keep your home from looking too nautical. Choose chairs and couches that are box-y and in similar colors to your other items. Ultimately remember that it is your home and you are the one who has to look at it every day so choose things that you love and skip items that may be trendy but don't capture your sense of style.
Perhaps, the most common colors for houses on the shore are the natural, earthy tones that mimic the scene right outside your doorstep. The calming shades of sand are usually applied on the exterior and the interior walls. Accents, woodwork, and boards are with a darker shade. Wood that's treated well is often the top choice for flooring. Ideal decorations in the house would be white curtains of very light fabric, accessories made of wood, coconut shells, and seashells, among others.
You also need to think about your windows. A contemporary beach home looks best with large window panels to balance the sturdy concrete andor wood structure. They also effortlessly give the open air feeling of living by the sea. For windows of other beach house design variations, wood and simplicity should be kept in mind. They should be kept very basic and clean. If you need to add any accessories to it, limit yourself to bamboo or wooden blinds or curtains made of the simplest, lightest fabric.
Are you always dreaming of the laidback and calm feeling of living in a beach house? You don't have to live near the sea to get that relaxing atmosphere. If you want the look and feel of a peaceful abode by the sea, you can recreate them right in your own property with a little bit of creativity and resourcefulness. Here are some beach house design ideas you can use even if you're home is right in the middle of the city.
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