Imagine a snazzy evening of a lavish spread of your fave items by a scenic view, mountains or the sea, your pick! Doesn’t it remind you of all the beautiful evenings spent on a vacation? Well, what if we told you that your vacation villa can actually be your home!
That’s right we’ve figured some fun and totally practical design ideas for you to incorporate into your haven. Without further ado let’s get started!
While designing any interior it is crucial to first sort the lighting. As we know, lighting is the single most deal maker or breaker. And the correct lighting can also bring in a major change without you having to completely rework your outdoors. Pick colourful lanterns, fancy fairy lights to amp up your dining table in no time! Don’t be shy, contact us for home renovation in Adelaide and our team will get in touch with you soon.
Next in-line is the seating section. A cool way to smartly get your dining area fresh and new is by making it an earthy affair. Put together a short table and floor cushions around it to create that campy, outdoorsy, fun in the woods scene in your backyard. The best part of this is that you’ll never be out of chairs!
If you are the kind who loves kitschy dining then this one’s for you. Go to an antique furniture market and pick up crockery, wall-hangings from the yesteryear. Do up the area with pastel rugs, table cloths, mats to give the section a feel-good, warm appeal. And you are set for some mad high-teas with your friends & family.
This one’s for the sundown party lovers, day-no-bar frolickers. Dining next to a pool or a cutesy little fountain in the backyard is the ideal make-up for a vacation home. So make sure to take it to the next level by adding a bunch of stylish chairs, little round tables and puffies to welcome the coastal vibe in your home.
Just like lighting a lot can change with coloured decor. This can be done through the walls, the dinner table, or even the crockery. It’s all in the final make-up that you opt for. But, do take care of not going overboard with too many colours. An ideal way to settle in is to bring a nice balance of one or two bold colours with a neutral surrounding.