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Exploring Summer Home Design Ideas

Summer is a lot of people’s favorite season of the year. It is a time for being outside and enjoying the sun’s light, warmth and life. We typically enjoy putting summer right inside our homes by incorporating some really fun and gorgeous colors and patterns in our seasonal interior design projects. now definitely, you can do many things and it’s all up to you to decide, but there are certain basics that will do well to guide you.

Here are a few pointers for creating the most amazing summer feels inside your home this year:

Generous Sunlight

Light is the first ingredient of a summery home. Sunlight can’t be imitated so think of ways to allow more light in. You can probably have new windows installed or even skylights (if your space permits).

Vibrant Colors

Summer is essentially about color and attribute, and there’s no more effective way of proclaiming your love for this season than by splashing your home with a variety of sunny shades! Picture bright yellow, greens, oranges and the like – these are all typically related to summer. Also add bold prints and clashing colors – and don’t forget the flamingos and pineapples!

Palm Designs

One of the most summery elements you can choose for your house this year – and every summer – is palm leaf print. Palm leaves are great, especially at lending a stunning tropical vibe to your home. They can actually make you feel like you are on some island paradise on on a holiday. Another thing you can do is hang a palm leaf garland, some cushions and maybe some sweet palm leaf fairy lights!

Light and Breezy

To get the ultimate summer taste, be sure that your home remains light and breezy all year round. You can do this by only having to neutral colors on your walls and then accentuating with just a bold color or two. By keeping things simple and clean, you help create a feeling of warmth and space.

Watercolor Paintings

Through watercolor paintings, you can add more spice to your summer home design. Picture adorning your home with watercolor prints to match fit the varying themes of your rooms. In the kitchen, for example, mix greens and purples or any design that puts the outdoors inside your home. Watercolor is simple yet beautiful for the summer, and you can even buy it as wallpaper!


If you’re really keen on creating a summer feel to your home, add plants all over your house. Good picks are flamingo flowers and other bright-colored blossoms and some dark green succulents. Plants just make you feel like having nature itself as your home.