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Do you feel like you need to give your home a quick redecoration? The light colors will make your space airier, while the details will bring some charm. Adding the summer vibe in your home is not so difficult. There are so many ways to do this without wasting your time and budget. Yet, we have summed up the most versatile ways to elevate your decor. You will be surprised to find out that you can bring the summer in an effortless way. All you need to do is check the top decor tips for the summer!

Add Some Surf Art

Summer decor requires a pop of color that will bring freshness into space. And you don’t have to spend too much money on this. A simple surf art will really work for space. It will give off the feeling that you have hired an expensive interior designer. But, all you have done is hang the surf art in the right place.

How to pick the best surf art that will work for your space?

A nice pop of color will bring that dull wall back to life. The Sunset Surf Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art will do the job. The vibrant colors will elevate the mood and bring the summer vibe in the space. This is a perfect choice for your living room, as it is quite dynamic. For a cohesive look, add a few orange accents across the room. Orange throw pillows and candles on the coffee table will really work.

You will love the fact that the image consists of seven hexagonal pieces. This will bring that wow factor in the room, while not harming your budget.

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Try Coral Color

The Summer Vibes Living Coral Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art is a great choice if you are looking for calm colors that still have that pop. The color scheme consists of muted coral tones, that will refresh the space without overwhelming it. Don’t forget that the living coral shade is the Pantone's color of the year 2019. Its popularity is increasing, so make sure that you incorporate it right on time.

 

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Create A Summer-Inspired Vignette

This is the most popular trick used by pros to instantly lift up the decor. A stylish vignette will give that professional touch in your home decor. As soon as you set it up, you will notice that your home will look like it has been tastefully decorated by an interior designer.

What exactly is a vignette? We can define it as a cohesive group of objects which has a decorative purpose. This is a nice way to decorate the coffee table or that lonely console table. A vignette isn’t a bunch of randomly placed decor items. It is all about carefully picked and curated items, that give off the feeling that you know what you are doing.

How to style the ultimate vignette? There are a few tricks that will help you with this:

  • Start with an anchor. A nice wooden tray will really work. You can choose a whitewashed one to add the ultimate summer vibe.
  • Carefully select the decor items that you will include in your vignette. Use light colors to lift it up. Also, make sure that you use items with different heights. This is the trick that will make it work.
  • Odd numbers work the best. When selecting the best decor items that will be included, watch the number. A group of odd number objects will look so satisfying to the eye. Keep in mind that three, five, and seven are the perfect numbers.
  • Play with textures. Use different materials to spice up the decoration. A smooth glass vase placed on a woven tray will bring the desired contrast. Also, don’t forget to add a plant to freshen things up. It is all about playing with different textures, rather than creating a flat setup.
  • You can also add some goodies straight from the beach. Check out our coastal decor ideas to find out how you can display the seashells you've collected.
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