This month we’re looking at five ways that Beach House style can easily be achieved by choosing the right floor and accessories to nail the look.
We’ve all been aware of the evolution of coastal and marine-inspired design trends over the years, so we’re thrilled that it features heavily in 2022 interior trends. Rather than the navy stripes and anchor motifs of the 80s and 90s, coastal styles have taken more of the feels and light-air tones that we associate with a beach house.
This month we’re looking at five ways that Beach House styles can easily be achieved by choosing the right floor and accessories to nail the look.
The Boardwalk Style
Think bleached wood styles and pair with subdued blues and warm lavenders to rock this look. The right floor can be achieved easily by choosing a practical solution, such as our Verbier floor from the Comfytex Deluxe collection, which has all the details of weather timber boards without the worry of splinters!
A Sandy Classic
As can be expected, the beach house trend focuses heavily on sandy inspired palettes such as creams and sandy beiges. But if you’re looking for something other than bleach and weather-worn timbers, tile effects can be great for supporting Beach House styles. This floor from The Ceramica Collection combines both tone and pattern that can add an extra layer of interest and work beautifully with white painted furniture for that ultimate on-point style.
Think of the beach, and you will often think of an opportunity for calm reflection and the restorative rhythms of the ocean. This is a great idea to replicate within bathroom spaces for that ultimate spathroom space. Pairing a stylish floor with repurposed, natural wood furniture, white painted shutters, and plenty of spa-inspired accessories is an easy way to make sure you are bathing in the beach house style.
If you’re in favour of Beach House trends and a fan of colour, then including matte and soft pastels is a great way to achieve an updated look in spaces such as kitchens and living areas. Dusty, soft blues are perfect for replicating the cool blues of the sky and sea, while creamy pale woods and floors add sandy vibes.
Pattern & Practicality
How’s this for a spot of beach house pattern? This popular floor is part of The Timberline Collection and replicates the mix-matched boards that make up traditional boardwalks. Pairing with soft blues or fresh greens brings this style right up to date while providing a relaxing place to kick off the slippers (or flip flops).
So whether you’re starting from scratch or just adding a quick update this summer, you’ll find our floors are easy to install and will cope with the rigours of modern living.
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