The beach is a place to have a holiday, relax, go swimming, play with your families but it also has incredible visuals with its dramatic sunrises and sunsets and powerful storms. The beach has all parts of the colour wheel with its warm reds and oranges and cooling blues and greys.
It is easy to go over board when introducing a beach scheme to your home so take it slow and look for one element first for your inspiration.
Sand inspired colour scheme
Shells in your lighting
Coral -Lamp from MRDhome
Use this as a base to build your scheme around. Be careful not to try and re-create all the elements of the beach in one room as it will be in danger of being cluttered and tacky.
See my video for more tips to create that 'beach feel' in your home
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