Updated: Oct 19, 2022
We’ve made it easy to transform your home to your own summer getaway no matter where you live!
Add hints of beachy patterns
You don't need to get carried away with adding anchors and seashells to create the beach feeling. Instead, focus on creating vignettes throughout your space that give off beachy vibes in a more subtle way. Try playing with patterns, colors, and textures to create a more chic interpretation of this beachy style.
Change your bedding
Looking for that breezy summer look and feel? Swap out heavy bedding for linen sheets. This simple switch is not only more comfortable on hot summer nights but will create a lighter feeling in your space.
Paint it white
We have been seeing this trend for a while now and for good reason! By painting everything white and integrating off-whites and creams your room will feel light and bright. Adding some contrasting darker hues will help to add some visual interest to space.
Swap out artwork
We have been seeing this trend for a while now and for good reason! By painting everything white and integrating off-whites and creams your room will feel light and bright. Adding some contrasting darker hues will add some visual interest to space, like in this image.
To create comfortable seating areas for you and your guests, incorporate more pillows for a welcoming look both inside and out! Thinking about adding a pattern? Throw pillows are a simple (non-committal) way to add a bold pattern for the season.
By making an effort to balance bold patterns with simple textures, you can create a really lively space perfect for summer gatherings. Mixing in a bold pattern is a great way to create a more exciting space without it becoming overwhelming.
Gather your Gardens
Take a walk outside and bring some of the colors from your yard inside! My favorites from the garden during the summer are hydrangeas, whatever you have growing arrange them in vases throughout your home. This is a great way to bring the inside in and create a cheerful space.
These easy tips are just a few ways that you can transform your home for the season! If you try any of them be sure to tag @messanaandco so we can see your summer-ready spaces.