3 Great Tips for Decorating Your Florida Beach House

Dated: December 25 2019

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Do you finally have the beach house of your dreams in Florida? It can be incredible to get the dream house you’ve always wanted along the beach. Now that you’ve moved in… how do you decorate? You likely want to mimic the tropical and casual feel of Florida and we’re going to tell you exactly how to do it! Keep reading to find 3 great tips for decorating your Florida beach house.

 

Tips for Decorating Your Florida Beach House

 

The atmosphere is Florida is more casual, tropical, and friendly than in other states. We value southern hospitality but also don’t mind if you come over for a BBQ in flipflops! Therefore, we believe decorating your home should reflect that. Whether you’ve just bought your new home or you’re looking to give it an update, here are 3 great tips for decorating your Florida beach house.

 

1. Seashells and Beach Motifs

You can’t go wrong with seashells and a beach motif in your beach house! Luckily, in most beach towns, you’ll find plenty of it. Popular choices include seashells, starfish, and art featuring marine life. You can also never go wrong with a beautiful fish tank to accent your living area.

 

2. Neutral Colors with Blue and Light Green Accents

You should let the colors you choose when decorating your Florida beach house reflect you and your personality. However, by far the most popular choices right now include neutral colors such as beige, taupe, and other earth tones. These colors seem to naturally reflect the beach. Blue and light green (such as a seafoam green) are also popular choices for accent colors. These two colors not only blend well together, but they also reflect the calming waves and life in the ocean.

 

3. Lush Green Houseplants

Lush green houseplants can really brighten up any room. However, they work very well when decorating your Florida beach house. If you have a view of the beach, you might see some grass or palm trees nearby. Though it’s likely your view contains mostly blues and beige tones. Therefore, adding in pops of lively green plants can really bring your beach house to life!

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Chip Boyer

Chip is the IT Manager for Alex MacWilliam Real Estate. He handles the technology needs of the company as well as helping agents in their day to day problem solving.....

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