Life’s A Beach: Here Are 4 Foolproof Tips To Decorating For Summer!

It is a known fact that the fashion, beauty and interior design industries are interrelated in such a way that they all share the same trends. So for those who are passionate about glitz and glamour, we help you generate ideas on how to decorate your condo spaces for this season.

We’ve seen a lot of condominium complexes that are inspired by the coastal lifestyle. These luxury developments often come with expansive windows offering panoramic views of the harbor.

As the summer season is already drawing near, here are some of the things that you can do to make your space evoke a sunny and inviting personality—even if you are living in the comforts of the metropolis.

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1 | Go Green

We will never grow tired of telling you to incorporate greens in to your home—we will just come up with different ways on how you can do it! For the tropical beach vibe, think of palms, pothos, and philodendrons. These plants do not require much upkeep, and they definitely up the style factor of your condo space.

2 | Keep It Light And Airy

For your soft furnishings, pile up on a lot of light neutral colored throws, sheets, and runners. These lightly colored textiles will allow other the other colors and elements into the design to pop out, effectively rendering more excitement to your design mix.

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3 | Study Your Accents

It is easy to go gaga over driftwood and shell accents. However, without proper planning on where each piece would go presents the danger of turning your condo into an eclectic aquarium. The trick is to understand your space and keep in mind the functions of each space. Try this: get a medium-sized shell with two other smaller sized shells and place them on top of a coffee table book. This can be a great addition to your table.

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4 | Let There Be Light

The most important element of the tropical style is natural light, so it best to have sheer curtains for your windows. Apart from adding more style, the use of light fabrics for your fenestration also makes air circulate better. You may choose from different levels of sheer, depending on the type of privacy you require.


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