By Jaylee Earl. Beach Home Design. Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 14:00:24 PM.
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.
Blue and white always look good on houses by the sea. They can remind you of nautical themes or the coastal homes in Greece. Use navy if you want a nautical theme; choose sky blue if you want a Grecian home along the shore. You can simply paint your whole body of your house white and have the roof, window frames, and doors all in blue. Nautical designs should opt for red or light blue for accents, while Grecian style should go for accessories made of wood or clay.
Decorating The Walls. Keeping the walls clean and simple you could add a couple of black and white photos in natural wood frames. Another option would be to take advantage of the geometric shapes in nature and decorate using a couple of star fish or sand dollars on the walls. Putting some kind of art on the walls makes a home feel less clinical and more inviting.
Beach home decor was influenced by Cape Cod to a large extent, evoking memories of better times, and fresh and lively surroundings. This tranquility can become a part of your home, though. Let the seashore be your inspiration, take colors and lines from the sailboats, the water, the rocks, and even the seagulls - there is simply no limit to imagination. If you can't live on the coast, create it yourself in your own home!
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