The beach has a magical atmosphere that instantly relaxes us and makes us happy. Maybe it’s the wind, maybe it’s the sun or the smell of the sea … if only we could bring these elements into our home! The next best thing to actually being at the beach, soaking it all in, is turning your living space into a coastal fairytale! If you are yearning for the beach, these coastal living rooms will offer some much-needed inspiration!
In a well-lit room, mint can truly show its potential. These curtains may look subtle, but that’s exactly where their superpower lies! They keep your room looking fresh and stylish, all while allowing other decor elements to be in the limelight!
Adding indoor plants to the sunroom does not mean you indiscriminately fill the room with loads of green. This approach might work well with sunrooms of certain style like tropical, but too many indoor plants can take away from the style of the sunroom. Make sure that the indoor flowering plants add to the color scheme of the room while the pots that hold the plants accentuate this look. In contemporary sunrooms, you just need a few carefully placed plants in corner to complete the perfect hangout.
Unless you have been living under a rock for the last two years, you would be no stranger to the geometric decor trend. Geo decor has found its way into every room of the house with homeowners replacing traditional round mirrors with those featuring hexagonal frames, the simple lighting fixture with wiry, geometric pendants and the common square or rectangular coffee table with something a lot quirkier. In a living room dominated by simple, straight lines and plenty of monotony, a hexagonal coffee table or one with an abstract, polygon outline can make a huge difference indeed.
Here’s another great example of how mint can soften the contrast between colorful and neutral: the sofa pictured is plain white, set on the vibrant red rug, decorated with colorful pillows, but as your eyes catch the minty wall, the feeling of overwhelming contrast instantly disappears.
The Colors of the Sand