Summer is here and it‘s time to bring interiors up to speed and allow them to compliment the season ahead. While we packed away our warm coats the same can be applied to our interiors. Here are three ways to get our offices, homes, and retail outlets ready for the warm days ahead.
Use cool colours and soft textures to bring a comfortable and relaxing feel to any room in the summer heat.
Follow these tips on how to prepare interiors for the season and get the most out your decor this summer.
- Start with the open spaces:
Upgrading an interior‘s most prominent spaces such as the walls, cabinets, and any worktops to have a red or orange undertone make the entire room a seem a little cooler. Switch out the warm colours and shades of winter for decors with cool colours such as supreme whites, soft greys, and unicolours. Adding decors such as Nordic Ice and Bianco will inspire sensations of cool summer breezes and calm days.
- Bring in Life:
While winter is notorious for bare trees, summer is loved for the lively greens. Encouraging a similar feeling by bringing in live, indoor plants will show off the room’s decor and produce healthy air for anyone inside. The liveness and health benefits from indoor plants are a decor must for summery interiors.
- Make use of Glass:
Glass is a wonderful tool to make use of for designing any interior, whether space is featured in an office, home, or retail outlet. There is a large variety of technology-enhanced glass which can soundproof a room, cut out harmful sun rays, and even help to keep air conditioning and heating costs down and at the same time compliment the wood-based decorative panels in your home or office. Using glass in an interior creates a sophisticated and luxurious feel while helping to naturally brighten up the room.
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