10 tips to give your home a summer style

@PalmDesertRental

Summer for me the happy season of the year, light clothes, bright colors, and sunkissed skin. Three essentials things for me. I’m prepared for the season so know I need to prepare my home for that too, so here some tips so you can give your home a summer style!

1. Sunkissed Effect

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@marycostaphotography

For the sunkissed effect, you need to put gold accents that will make you feel fresh and add an elevated dose of shimmer to any room.

2. Touch of Pink

@Pinterest

A pop of color introduced by a sofa or a chair is enough to give to your space more color and meaning.

3. Neutral Element

@freshdesignpedia

A neutral color palette keeps things light during warmer months. Add a printed rug in a similar hue for eye-catching appeal.

4. Glam on Glass

@Pinterest

It’s time to swap out your classic glassware with colorful additions for an added punch to your sips.

5. A Blue Note

@ambientdizajn

Dark blue isn’t solely reserved for winter months. Kitchen chairs in the deep hue still feel summery with wooden touches.

6. Bar Cart Scene

@brightwaterhb

Dress up any plain bar cart by setting it in the corner in the room or use it as an item of decoration. Add fresh flowers and bright, seasonal fruits for the perfect summer cocktail setting.

7. Painted Panes

@Pinterest

Paint window panes or doors with a bold color for an added brightening effect to any summer day.

8. Graphic Element

@Pinterest

Add a graphic rug in a punchy color to your living room for the ultimate summer look.

9. Bold Backsplash

@Pinterest

A bright backsplash is a perfect way to give your kitchen a seasonal feel. Add simple greenery and copper touches for a look that’s nothing short of fresh.

10. Triple Threat

@wedobusinesswi

Gold, wood and white all mixed together make for one stunningly crisp look.

After reading this you are ready to give your home a summer style.

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