Our rooms deserve a summer makeover. Here are some stylish improvements, that will make a perfect summer room decor.
Choose the right stuff
For summers, choose light and breathable materials. Natural textiles such as linen and cotton, are among the most breathable materials. Don’t go with woven and synthetics as they may trap in moisture. When it comes to color choice, make classic white summer linens the first preference. White bedding always looks clean and inviting. Different colored sheets and pillows get fade unevenly in summer, causing a worn and tired look. Fresh white bedding on your bed in room, not only looks cooler but also prove to stand up against the summer sun.
Pick cool colors
We all know that color choices can completely transform the look and style of a room. Opt for the cooler side of the color spectrum like blues, greens and grays. In summer, these light shades will make a warm room feel more bearable. When you are swapping out, choose colors and fabrics that reflects sense of serenity like blues and greens. The cool tones could even help calm the heightened emotional reactions associated with warm weather. It is usually said that colors that mimic nature are known to be very calming.
Bring nature in your room
Introducing plants and other natural elements to room- whether plants, shrubs or flowers from garden, will instantly make the room feel fresh. These elements add life to the room and connect the room with nature. Greenery and fresh flowers will help keep the air in your bedroom clean for a optimal sleep. They bring fresh air and a burst of vibrant green to the space.
Invest in a fan that matches with your room’s style. Retro fans are super fun and add a nice touch to room. Whether your room decor style is vintage, modern or glam inspired, you will find options among your favorite chic style.
Lighten Up the room walls
During summer, prefer to keep art and wall hangings light and airy. The wall hangings in room add interest, and neutral color on them absorb breeze from the open air. Theme art in room can make you feel like a seaside escape or a garden oasis. You can hang a seascape vintage, or can use art as a way to incorporate even more plants into the spaces.