Whether you are looking to stage your home and have it ready to sell, or you are looking to revamp the decor of your beach vacation rental, keeping up with the latest decor trends is important to achieving the optimal coastal-cool style.
Keep these design trends in mind when shopping for new pieces and putting together the ultimate design for your beach home away from home:
Adding driftwood to your decor may sound tacky and quintessential for obtaining that beachy look. However, by adding a few pieces here and there can give your room a unique and modern feel without making it seem like you live in a wooden beach shack.
Bleached or Distressed Finishes
Incorporating distressed or bleached wood into your design can help transition the style from weathered and rustic to beachy chic. It’s easy to accomplish with an older piece of furniture, some coastal blue paint, and sandpaper to get the look.
This oyster shell chandelier makes a fantastic statement in an entrance area of a custom coastal home. Using beachy elements such as oyster shells, rope, pebbled glass, or other nautical themed items will help you put together a look that stands out in a bold way.
Keeping it simple with clean and crisp white walls produces a clean, airy atmosphere. White walls can easily be played off of by adding sun bleached tones or pops of color within the artwork or furniture. Bonus, with plenty of sun coming in to your beach house, white means no worry over fading.
Shades of Blues and Grays
Add serene pops of blues and grays into your interior design for a true coastal feel. These soft tones add a calming effect to a room and compliment any white accents you may have. And let’s be honest, how can you have a coastal-living look without throwing some ocean-y hues into the mix.
Sand Seeker Realty is a full service Realtor and offers a large selection of real estate sales and rentals from vacation lodging accommodations, monthly to long term rentals/leases on the beach and ocean as well as just off the beach in Panama City Beach and Panama City. Contact our office for more information!