Summer is here with all its strides…just like you are adapting to the extremity of the summer sun, your interiors need to be summer-ready as well. Look at the interiors of your place and imagine the best out of those materials during the summers. Interiors that are forgiving to the scorching heat, keeping it simple and breezy, and keeping down the temperatures of the place are what you are looking for this season. The recent summer/spring collection of interiors is loaded with contrasting colours, textures and fabrics that are reflective of the pop of colour and still lightweight like linins and light fabric material to upholster or cover the interior with. Throw cushions and easy home plants are the easiest way to achieve a summer look. But cant this be more than that?
Let's see below some of the summer interiors that are trending this season:
Lightweight fabrics are Constant summer allies when it comes to upholstery or softer covering in the house. Most of us pair these breezy linens and kinds of cotton with pastel and lighter shades of hues like yellows, oranges, pinks and blues and the like. Summer interior decor is supposed to be like a breath of fresh air and so are its elements to incorporate.
Airy bedrooms with rustic-inspired walls that hang from the ceiling give the place a natural and softer appeal. Playing with the space and keeping it light is the hook you want to nail.
EASE INTO THE DECOR
Summer interior decor has its speciality of pairing lights with minimalistic decor pieces that can look eccentric at the same time to give off cool interior vibes. Primary colours like red, yellow, and royal blue are in vogue right now, giving your space a chic, mod-style vibe. they are back big time and one of our top summer interior design ideas If you’re not ready for a major painting project, yet still seek to embrace your inner artist, look around for the amazing bolder textures and printings or you could simply curate by hanging your lovely art deco on the gallery walls and whatever odd corners you have around the place.
BATHROOM INTO A CALM OASIS
The self-care revolution is changing our bathrooms, too, with the rise of the spa-inspired bathroom. With more time being spent at home than ever before, the spa-inspired bathroom trend is growing rapidly. Now, this might seem like a tricky piece of construction but its quite the opposite. The hook here is to make a minimalist surrounding with calm lighting and even calming bath experience and a good investment in a shower set-up. You can curate the same with a spa-like atmosphere that focuses on peaceful mood-enhancing colours and design that is clean-cut and simple.
self-spaces are trending for all the right reasons. They simply mean spaces that are reserved for your self-care. This is the main traction this summer/spring interior decor this season and its quite relaxing. Curate an extra and personnel space for you or your family this summer to get in the fad for curating zoning in the house and get the most of the space available to us. Whether it be a swimming pool or a spa centre, you can curate just anything and utilise those awkward corners of the house to get this done.
You can get artsy with the pop of colour. Add a splash of the metallic paints that are ever so popular now or tap for metallic marble flooring in your most eccentric of the interiors and see the blues and silvers shine through the hot temperatures. Marbles are always more forgiving during the summer season and you can incorporate almost any shiny and sparkly art decor in your interiors to grant them more textures and depth.
Biophilic design principles connect a space to nature by maximising natural light and ventilation and introducing plants and nature-inspired colours and materials.
Inviting sound vibes on the inside and natural and calming energy on the outside through the use of natural wood and plants or a herb garden can make a big difference in your home’s overall appeal and temperature. Plants and fabrics with a pop of colour and a low seating area that is comfortable and relaxing are a must for the Boho Chic interior look. Opt for the lovely rattan and wicker made baskets in intricate and honeycomb design in your furniture and give it a Moroccan or Spanish inspired look
One thing that looks always better in an interior is pastels. These are light colours but with a pop of colour and retention in the texture that makes it eccentrically light and poppy.
Incorporating easy-going fabrics with neutral shades like white, blue, green, shell white and natural browns can play a major role in setting the vibes for Pastels can be sophistically incorporated in the living rooms and dining rooms during the summers in your upholstery and soft throw cushion covering that is simply delectable and makes for a breath of fresh air in the interior space.
SUMMER TROPICAL VIBE
Blend the walls with neutral hues and incorporate eccentric pieces of furniture like dark stained wood, terracotta interiors, jute, rattan wicker furniture that have a defining feature of their own and see how the room is easily balanced out. You can switch up this plan the other way round by making the walls pop and putting in furniture and interiors that are of a similar scheme so that the room makes a coherent sense. Throw pillow, fur rugs, carpets, textile curtains can help you achieve that in a very affordable way.