By Mariana Dykes. Beach Home Design. Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 14:03:48 PM.
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.
Before you delve into the various beach house designs, you would be wise to do some good research, due diligence about the location where you are going to build it. You should take into account the tides and available breakwaters, insure an adequate distance above sea level for protection, and do your research to insure that you are not building in a place of the planets which is often beset by storms. If you don't want to be paying a fortune to build your dream cottage, you should also research what local materials are readily available at affordable prices, and then buy a beach house design which incorporates these materials in its design.
Probably the most important thing you could do would be to hire a builder that is intimately familiar with the area. All lands are different and have unique characteristics. There are probably tens of thousands of people who could draw out perfect beach house designs which will positively make you jump for joy, but a big part of building the perfect beach house is ensuring that it is designed for where you are going to put it.
The most obvious way to add beach home decor to your house is to make a nautical statement. It is easy to find inexpensive boat or yacht models that you can place naturally on your shelves. A clever decorator will find small anchors or buoys to hang as art work. If you anchor these designs with wicker or white furniture, you can really bring the beach home decor together. Furniture and colors tend to be neutral in shades with many whites, beiges, tans, light blues, and yellows used as the palette.
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