Sprucing Up Your Home For Summer

June 26, 2018




Now that summer's here, it’s the perfect time to revitalize your property and enhance your décor. By embracing current trends, you can make the most of your home and add new life to existing interiors.


Bold Colors


Using bold colors is a great way to add brightness to any room, and choosing a vibrant hue can make your home a more comfortable place to be. For larger rooms, contrasting colors and a mixture of textures can work well, while smaller rooms may benefit from a bright feature wall.


With gelato colors proving to be popular this season, you can bring the sunshine into your home and keep on-trend. Also known as ‘ice cream colors’, gelato shades are a popular choice this year, with paints, wallpapers and even fashion items available in a range of colors.




Changing With The Seasons


Renovating your home or redecorating a room can be an exciting challenge, but it’s not something you’ll want to commit to every season. While interior decorators make it easy to revamp a property, you needn’t commit to a big project this summer.


In fact, there are many ways to spruce up your home, without embarking upon major renovation works. Key pieces, such as natural fiber wall hangings, palm tree print throw cushions, and floral wallpapers are easy ways to enhance your décor and create a new feel within your property.  


Find Some Foliage

With foliage proving to be a popular trend this year, summer is the perfect time to bring the outdoors in. Houseplants can be combined with a range of green hues, textured fabrics and earthy tones to create a relaxing indoor retreat this summer, with plenty of opportunities to update key pieces of furniture with new coverings.


Pastels and Patterns


Making small changes can be a simple way to welcome the sun into your home. Pastel colors and geometric patterns are great ways to stay on-trend this season, and it’s easy to incorporate these pieces into your existing color scheme. With geometric prints available in a range of shades and sizes, for example, you can embrace current trends, without redecorating an entire suite.




Add Some Foreign Flare


Right now, many interior designers are using Moroccan tiles in their designs and it’s easy to see why. They’re bold, bright and budget-friendly, and as long as you use a reliable network of contractors to install them on your kitchen walls, your stairs, your living room floors or even the patio, you can bet that your home will look amazing. If you can’t afford real tiles or you don’t want to go to the trouble of installing them, Moroccan tile wallpaper is just as good.


Wilow and Wicker


When it comes to summer furniture, it’s pretty hard to beat natural materials such as wicker, willow and untreated wood, which helps to bring the outdoors in and gives your home that kind of cozy feeling that you can only get in summer. They’re also pretty cooling to sit on too.


To find out how an interior designer can help to spruce up your home for summer, contact us today.


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