What’s your style?
This interiors style is ever popular due to it’s ability to provide a calming and relaxed ambience in the home, while looking organised with a sophisticated, tailored aesthetic.
Even if your not blessed with a room of timber floor-boarding and white timber panelling along the walls, there’s no reason why you can’t dress your space to enjoy a holiday at home with this beach-inspired, natural look.
[Max-Sparrow Furniture Inspiration]
You can achieve the look at home with a careful curation of furniture and accessories along with a dash of attention to detail.
Today we dive in and focus on some great pieces that can be put together to create this style.
[Rattan Suitcase With Straps (25H x 60W x 45cmD) RRP$195]
A Hamptons Coastal interior is light and airy with a collection of organic textures.
Combine rattan, raw timber, natural linens, and woven sea grass to bring it all together.
[Designer Boys Careel Bay Shell Collection
available in 56 x 46.5cm, 78 x 59cm, 107 x 87cm & 140 x 100cm]
Select a neutral colour palette of beige, soft cream and ivory and bring your space to life with indigo accents.
Artworks, soft furnishings and decorative objects are great opportunities to do this.
[Retreat Distribution Hamptons Style Furniture]
The larger furniture pieces such as the sofa, the console table and coffee table work well when they have a fuller form with a strong and solid appearance.
[Retreat Distribution Marilyn Chest (89cmW x 53cmD x 80.5cmH]
The presence of these pieces is best complimented by relaxed occasional furniture such as a pair of rattan or wicker arm chairs.
[Retreat Distribution Capitola Dining Chair]
A Hamptons interior takes influence from classical styles, demonstrated by balanced symmetry and order.
You can embrace this characteristic when you organise your decorative items by placing them in pairs.
Matching table lamps placed at either end of a console are a great example of this.
[Blue Geometric Lamp RRP$264]
Select a large, luxurious and plump sofa preferably with a skirted base and linen upholstery.
Your sofa will look complete once you add scatter cushions for extra comfort and some visual warmth.
Choose cushions in varying textures and patterns, but with a similar colour palette such as soft greys and nautical blues.
[Eichholtz – Cliveden Sofa (230cmW x 100cmD x 83cmH)]
Bring personality to the space by styling your table surfaces, such as the coffee table, side tables and console.
Select a few found objects from the beach – think drift wood, large shells and bleached coral.
[Atticus Lamp Table (50Wx50Dx55H) RRP$410]
Create a vignette in place by stacking a few of your favourite books and position a hurricane vase next to the stack.
You can finish the display with a large sea shell or another organic found object placed on top of the books.
[Arteriors Nantucket Driftwood Bowl RRP$645]
Ensure the space has a bright and inviting ambience by bringing occasional lighting into the room.
A floor lamp works well next to a soft and cosy arm chair for illuminating night-time reading.
We love this one which features a sculpted stand to resemble a small tree.
The style and colour of this lamp compliments the organic nature of the other objects you would find in a Hamptons Coastal interior.
[Cromwell White Faux Bois Floor Lamp RRP$2,190]
You will find candles are always on display in a Hamptons Coastal home, whether placed atop a classical candlestick holder or inside a hurricane vase.
Silver objects add a polished finish to a table top display and your candle holding vessels are a great way to complete the look.
[Metal Accent Hurricane Vase RRP$126]
All of the items in this blog are available from The Style Project
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Until next time
Yours in Style – Kim x
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