Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 14:41:28 PM. . By Sadie Alaniz.
The use of texture in beach bungalow house plans is a great way to add interest. Beach homes are traditionally more casual than their counterparts in the city, and rough, textured fabrics such as tweed or even treated burlap can help to attain this insouciance. Pebbles and stones can be used in the garden, the bath, and as pathways around the house to add agreeable textures to a beach house. And, of course, no beach house is complete without some seashells. Some creative uses for these omnipresent (and always interesting) castoffs of the sea are under a glass top of a coffee table, set in countertops in the bathroom and kitchen, and used for pathways around the house.
The flooring is one element you should focus on if you want a true beach house design. Most coastal homes use timber for their floors. This is mainly because of the sand and moisture from the sea breeze or even sea spray that constantly goes into the house everyday. Of course, you need to choose well the colors of your house paint. You don't have to stick to white. But if you want other colors, it would be great if you stick to the hues in a beach scene like blue, green and coral. Lighter shades of earth tones would be ideal for combination.
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