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Channel the Mediterranean with Inspired Decor

Ever think of changing up the style in your house? Trying something different that you never thought you would do before? Add some Mediterranean vibes to your home for a different, more relaxing feel. Mediterranean design incorporates the influences of the Mediterranean regions of Spain, ITaly, Greece, and France by utilizing color palettes that include warm, soothing neutral colors are combined with pops of bright, & rich accents. This style is luxurious with heavy tapestries and ornate furniture, or rustic with rough wood furniture and simple clay accessories. If you are not sure how to do this and need some "inspo", keeping reading. We have listed below some cool tips and tricks to help you transform your home into a Spanish, Grecian, French or Italian villa that'll make your friends and neighbors following suite.




All About Colors: To start adding warm colors to your home will help to give off the Mediterranean feels. Colors such as sea green, sand and earthy orange will be ideal. These colors are typically seen in the Mediterranean and inspired by the nature there. You can use multiple colors in the same room. Maybe use one color to paint the walls and another for your décor pillows and blankets.


Wall Décor: Adding unique wall décor will also help to give you the vibe you are going for. Adding tiles along the wall that are ceramic or wrought- iron with heavy detail is great. You can purchase ceramic detailed tiles fromthe Tile Outlets of America. They have a wide variety of all kinds of tiles for affordable prices.



Furniture: The furniture you choose to add to your living space is ideal. Mediterranean style furniture includes strong, heavy furniture that has shorter legs with very detailed engravings on it. Your local furniture store will definitely carry items to that caliber, therefore making this an easy transition. 



Metal: Adding metal accessories is a must! You can purchase cool metal accessories from Etsy or your neighborhood Home Goods. Adding these decorations on or above your mantel or even on the kitchen table will pull the whole room together! Do not be afraid to get adventurous and step out of your comfort zone.



Curtain Selection: Picking the right curtain for your new room is so important. You want to pick a curtain that will not overpower the other colors in the room. Sticking to neutral curtain will be perfect. There are plenty of white and neutral colored curtains that will fit the omen of your room. Using a gauzy curtain will help to contribute light to the room as well as an airy feeling.


Hopefully these five tips above will influence you to try something different with your home. We can ensure you will love it! Share below pictures if your transformation and contact us today at Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows for your free no obligation consultation!

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