Summer is officially in full swing! While you’ve been enjoying the sun in your outdoor living space, grilling with friends and neighbors, and attending fun local events, you may not have had time to decorate your home for the season. Not to worry! We compiled our top trends of what’s hot in home décor this summer. Check them out:
When you think of summer, what’s the first color that comes to mind? From refreshing lemonade to beautiful sunflowers to the shining summer sun, yellow is everywhere! Incorporating touches of yellow into your home décor will bring the season into your home. According to Décor Aid, you can squeeze in yellow in every part of your home from accessories to soft furnishings.
Indoor Living, Outside
Our homeowners love spending times outdoors! Outdoor living spaces are great for enjoying the summer breeze on a cool night, hosting cookouts, and much more. According to Southern Living, your outdoor living space can easily be an extension of your indoor living space with comfy patio furniture, colorful rugs, and cool textiles.
Down by the Seashore
If you can’t make it to the beach this summer, bring the beach home! Better Homes and Gardens recommends nautical chic for your home décor. From relaxing blue walls to sea-glass inspired accessories, there are so many ways to make your home feel like you’re vacationing at the beach.
After a long but fun-filled day in the sun, don’t you want to retire to your own private oasis? Summer décor is all about relaxation. Linen fabrics recommended by Country Living, removable wallpaper in tropical prints, and beachy blue tones will give you vacation vibes as you relax in your breezy bedroom at the end of the day.
The sun is shining, and beautiful summer flowers are in full bloom. Take inspiration from fun seasonal florals for your home décor! Floral and botanical prints can easily brighten any room in your home. Better Homes and Gardens also recommends keeping wall colors neutral to really let the prints bloom.
We believe it’s how you live that matters and hope these design trends help you enjoy the season to its fullest. Need more summer décor inspiration? Check out our Pinterest page. Happy decorating!