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Bring in the Beach

    • Tip #1

      Use Nature’s Hues

      Let the colors you’d see on a trip to the beach be the inspiration for your interior’s color palette. “Use mostly light and neutral colors, with the blues of the ocean as an accent color,” advises Giannetti.

      Photo by Lisa Romerein

      In the Kitchen
      • Tip #2

        Mix Seaside Textures

        “The juxtaposition of different textures and shapes—glossy or matte shells and coral, aged glass bottles, and natural fibers—creates a kind of work of art,” says Giannetti. What better place for this type of stunning statement than on your dining table?

        Photo by Lisa Romerein

        Drawings That Speak Figuratively
        • Tip #3

          Think in Themes

          Giannetti suggests grouping your beachy items for added impact. “Displaying objects by theme is a fun way to create a larger, very expressive moment. Soon you’ll be dreaming of the beach in your own coastal-inspired home.”

          Photo by Steve Giannetti

          Artwork with Graphic Impact
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