Why we love Bahamas interior design style
Bahamas style interior design is a contemporary take to a luxury resort. Its base colour palette is very fresh and crisp layered to create an inviting and relaxed feel. Soft Greys and Black accents are introduced to the fresh white palette and help layer against freshness of home, this creates great contrast between the colour palette and although quite monochromatic, the addition of timber, touches of greenery and softness in furnishings create a level of warmth and sophistication.
How did we create the Bahamas look
Light and fresh colour palette, off white base pale with dark accents and natural stone textures. Dark Accents to cabinetry with modern timber patterns and light soft greys to cabinet and tiling help layer against freshness of home and tie into dark highlights. Large windows help flood in natural light and soft breezes through home. Oversized entertaining doors to create a seamless feel between indoor and outdoor living spaces and fireplaces in outdoor areas to help create a casual and relaxed space for entertaining. Large amounts of greenery and foliage through home – create a lush and fresh feel to spaces whilst greenery acts as colour accent though home. Indoor floor planters and hanging pots used extensively both externally and internally – blurs the line between indoor and outdoor living. High end and feature elements (freestanding baths) to bathrooms, ensuites and powder rooms. White on White palette to fabrics with muted contrasts in colour. Light to mid tone timbers – varying from refined to weathered and natural textures. Black and white bone inlay furniture, mirrors and décor pieces used as accents throughout home – bold, decorative and unique in style. Framed artwork with mixture of soft botanic elements and muted abstract design. Eclectic variety of natural and hand painted feature ceramics and pottery and accents of carved timbers and sculpture décor pieces. The range of feature lighting is quiet Eclectic in style, designs can vary from a mixture of black metal and glass, timber and beaded chandeliers.