Your How-To Summer Decor Guide
Summer style has a certain allure to it. The season's light breezes, dim tones, natural fabrics, and bohemian touches give the impression that you're bringing the sunshine indoors. Though it may appear to be just seasonal, there are still several ways to incorporate summer design themes into your year-round décor.
Take a look at these interior design trends to help you achieve that summery atmosphere in your house this year!
Bring out the Blues
If summer had a color, we're guessing it would be magnificent blue. It's no surprise that this hue was one of the most popular summer interior design trends for 2021 and 2022, as it is reminiscent of the sky and beaches.
Try using deeper blues as an accent wall in your living area, or pair light blue linens and decor with a white backdrop to create a more elegant Grecian feel.
Pops of bright cobalt blues may be a breath of fresh air for those who are minimalist at heart. This glowing hue is an excellent addition to your current design as a continual reminder of clear skies and the sun on your skin.
Bring in Light
One of the greatest aspects of summer is the natural light that enters your space. Homes with a lot of natural light are expected to be one of the most popular interior design trends for the next year, so give it a try.
If you don't own the home you live in, maximizing the light coming through may be difficult. If you own the space, go for big windows to ensure that your area is always illuminated. You can also maximize light by keeping your windows open or using sheer curtains.
When shopping for lamps and light bulbs, choose lights that mimic natural sunlight to make it feel comfortable and natural. Even if it's not as bright throughout the year, having big windows allows in the most amount of light. To simulate daylight so that your space always appears bright, you may use warm and fuzzy bulbs.
The Minimal Way
Minimalism will never go out of style. When minimalism design began to gain popularity, it was all about clean lines, uncluttered layouts, and a fashionably simple appearance.
However, interior designers have been adding more to minimalist design in recent years. It's not simply a matter of having sparse furnishings and open spaces. Minimalism is much more than just an empty room with nothing; it continually evolves to play with sunlight, natural greenery, pops of color, and more. Even in the dead of winter, when the sun decides to grace you with her presence, a subtle design will allow light to shine through and give you a glimpse of summer ahead.
Keep it Neutral
White, ivory, pale gray, and beige are all colors commonly associated with summer beach houses. But, neutral hues are lovely all year round, which is why they are one of the most prominent interior design trends in 2022.
The beauty of neutrals is that they can complement any color scheme as time passes while also standing alone. White sofas and airy drapes will never go out of style, and taupe-colored tones of gray and beige work well in a bedroom setting.
If you want to add a little color to your décor at any one moment, it's simple. Replace accents like throw pillows, blankets, sculptures, rugs, art, and mugs as your interests change. Your neutral furniture will make an excellent setting for those colors.
Make a Statement with a Color Hue
With more and more individuals choosing for an open-concept design and a minimalist style, strong statement pieces have been increasing. Choose one that stands out and becomes the subject of conversation among family and friends. You can opt for figurines/sculptures or mugs/vases to fill with flowers. It's a fantastic centerpiece while also proving your unique preferences.
Add Natural Elements
This summer interior design trend is timeless! People have lately become fixated on being plant parents and caregivers. There's something incredibly therapeutic about assisting a plant in growing.
Fortunately, there is much green in boho design. Plant and succulent items may be a game-changer in your house. Unless you want to keep up with seasons and fads, natural plants are preferable to fake ones. Although if you enjoy changing decor with the seasons, opt for faux plants. They are easy to interchange with the seasons and holidays.
Use Breezy Fabrics
Summer interior design is all about light and airy materials. With the correct usage of fabrics, you may give your home a life-long beachy vibe. A table paired with a stunning netted table cloth and a statement piece might turn your simple summer decor from nice to extraordinary.
Incorporate the colors of the holiday
You may think that there is a large gap between Easter decorating and Halloween, but in reality there are so many other opportunities to dress your home. Think about bright flowers during Mother's Day or bold hues during Father's Day. Two All American holidays include Memorial Day and Independence Day. These give you the freedom to add your reds and blues. Our personal favorites include the Lori Mitchell figurines that help show off your holiday spirit, or the eagles from Charles McClenning.
Use festive paintings or nesting boxes to add dimension to your displays.
Now that you have all the tips, where will you start your summer decorating? We love to hear from you!