Gentle blues are warmed by natural light in a room and pale blue hues can create very relaxing moods, especially when white acts as an anchor. But let’s not forget that blues and greens aren’t the only colors you see at the beach. The warm tones of the sand, the washed out color of drift wood or the calm neutrals of sea shells are all “colors of the sea” and pair perfectly with the blues and greens we’re used to associating with the ocean.
The decor in this picture is minimal, simplicity is the way to go when you have a view like this.
This shows the washed out tones and weathered woods with a little pop of blue.
The next time you are walking along or relaxing on the beach, take it all in and bring it home to inspire your next decorating project.
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Don’t miss our past Room for Style Decorating Posts – The World of Color, Spring Awakening, Colorful Doors & make sure to follow our Room for Style Pinterest Board for all our “Inspired by” Looks ((both Decorating & Fashion))
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