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Coastal Design Ideas

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Coastal Design Ideas

Coastal Design Ideas

If the coastal design is all about anchors, blue and white earthen slopes, and clams over clams for you, we totally understand where you are from. And you’d think the name is exactly what it means, but it’s actually more typical of nautical decor. Spirit = blown away. The coast is an entirely different matter, and while the two have some elements in common, the coast is decidedly less opposed and cheesy. Where do you draw the line? Here is exactly what happens.

Nor is it the same as Mediterranean or tropical. In its simplest definition, the coast is a beach. The use of natural light, soft tones, and a clean aesthetic are intended to create the beach breeze. Basically, it’s like summer in your home all year round. If you have something in a seaside home, it has to be plenty of light. Interiors should never be dark or narrow, but rather light, open, and airy. You want to feel that there is no border between inside and outside. Hence, large windows, glass doors, and skylights are key. Window treatments are also minimal (so as not to interfere with natural light, of course).

Coastal Design Ideas

Coastal Design Ideas

The coastal design keeps it natural.

To create a relaxed and easy-going atmosphere, the seaside design usually incorporates a lot of natural elements. This is furniture that is often made of wicker, rattan, or wood as well as light and patinated fabrics. Carpets are usually made of straw, seagrass, or jute, and the fabrics are plain and shiny. You won’t find a lot of metallic or flashy textures, but instead natural materials or light, puffy fabrics like see-through curtain panels. Although the wood is common, it is usually whitewashed or made from blonde maple or ash.

It’s almost like minimalist design in the sense that less is more and it prefers neutral. Again, everything revolves around natural light, so a white room makes the room even airier. But that doesn’t mean you can’t accentuate with color. While you always want to keep it soft (remember there is nothing bold about this design), accent colors usually include neutral tones like a warmer beige or khaki, light blue. , Gray and green.

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