Pack up the blankets and warm-toned hues and replace them with pops of color because summer is almost here. Summer is a great time of year to add color and brightness to your home. These home design trends will transform your room or home into a summer oasis by just following a few easy trends.
Colors typically correlated with the summer season include yellow, orange, sky blue, aqua and coral. Light and bright shades of blue that resemble the colors found in the ocean are one of the easiest and quickest ways to add a summer feel to a room.
When most people see light blue tones they think beachy and relaxed. You can even incorporate a nautical theme throughout your home by adding actual shells, coral and other sea-inspired decor. Yellow, orange and coral accents placed throughout the room such as rugs, curtains and vases with colorful flowers will surely brighten your home.
A popular summer trend is bringing nature into your home. Natural plants and flowers are excellent options when bringing the outdoors into your home. Natural wood furniture, tables or accents bring a casual and cool effect to your home. Natural stones can be used as accents in flower pots, indoor decorative water fountains or in a glass bowl for a clean simple look. Orchids are a popular choice for homeowners, as they provide elegance and plenty of color.
When most people in the US think of summer, the 4th of July comes to mind. Why not celebrate all summer long by decorating with red, white and blue accents. Add some decorative pillows and accents throughout your home to create a patriotic and celebratory summer style.
Try any of these home design trends for summer and make your home feel and look amazing. Summer is an excellent opportunity to have fun with décor and make your surroundings joyful and full of life.
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