If you can only think of the nautical theme when it comes to summer decor, you are missing out. Summer decor for home has much more to offer. In this article, we will show you how to make your home summer-ready, cool, cosy, and trendy.
Bright Colours and Green Plants
The colours and furniture you choose to decorate your home significantly impact how comfortable we feel at home. Dark walls make rooms visually smaller and they are not good for the mood as when the sun is shining outside, we want to feel good and happy. On the other hand, light walls are inviting and subconsciously create a positive environment.
For example, white and yellow combine well. Walls in cream or ochre also give a summery look to any room. These colours reflect the light of the sun and spread cosy spirits. This year, the trend is orange – the colour stands for cheerfulness, energy, and power. Or you can mix your favourite shades and create unique colour results.
What’s more, houseplants bring wild nature into the living room or the bedroom and add beautiful colour accents with their rich green hues that fit any interior. Decorating with plants has many advantages: they improve the indoor climate, act as sound insulation and reduce stress levels. But above all, the indoor garden creates one thing: simple happiness!
The selection of suitable plants depends on personal taste and, of course, the space and light available at home. There are many plant species that require little care and thrive in a room, even without a green thumb. For example, dragon trees are best suited for the interior, but aloe Vera and cacti provide a fresh feeling. No wonder that you can find plant lovers on social media upholding the motto “In cacti we trust”.
The Boho interior style stands for an unconventional interior design beyond the mainstream. It is individual, fun-loving and creative. Boho style combines a wide variety of fashions, be it ethnic, hippie or folklore. The most important are natural materials and bright colours as well as oriental patterns. The furnishing in the casual Boho style does not submit to any rules but follows the expression “whatever pleases is allowed”. Boho chic apartment always has the charm of imperfection and randomness. An individual’s personality is the most important for this style and uniqueness should be in the foreground.
Not everyone has their garden, but even a terrace or a small balcony can be designed in such a way that you feel on vacation feeling at home. A lounge set, comfortable chairs, a small bistro table or a cosy lounger will enhance any balcony, no matter how small. Very suitable are also folding tables, which can be attached to the railing.
And above all, plants should not be missing from your outdoor space. Flowerpots in various colours and shapes bring a vacation feeling into your home and invite you to relax. Fans of boho style, of course, use a carpet with colourful or graphic patterns and the wanderlust is no longer so great, because in this feel-good oasis, it is always lovely to unwind.