Cape Cod homes first originated in the 16th century mostly on the cost of New England. The architectural design was often made simple in nature and depicted the elements of the surrounding natural landscapes. It is quite easy to re-create a quintessential Cape Cod cottage interior design by simply amalgamating sea-styled elements into modern-day living so as to create a timeless interior design with fabulous sea-inspired visual appeals. Interested? Here are some popular ideas for designing the interior decoration of Cape Cod living.
All right, I think I will start with the paint palette. You need to paint the walls with sea-inspired colour. In order to serve as an appealing ocean-inspired backdrop for the whole interior design of your Cape Cod home, make sure that you apply paint colours such as sky blue, sea glass green, or even the popular sand tan to your walls. One thing for sure, you need to choose light-colour hue palette and shades for creating an exclusive and expensive look for your Cape Cod interiors, which oftentimes are made small particularly in terms of square footage. This tone palette surely evokes hues from the ocean, which will create a really inviting and cozy feeling in your Cape Cod house. The other important details to note is the use of woodwork. You may be interested in using wooden flooring and natural fiber rugs, which are so trendy and popular with nature-inspired house interior design. Cape Cod cottage decoration oftentimes combines wooden floors into its design. As such, you need to choose woods, which range from distressed pine to weathered oak, which are light in tones to evoke a casual beach theme to the whole decoration. In addition, make sure that the conversational areas are well anchored with natural fiber rugs in sisal materials for finishing the floor areas with calming and relaxing Cape Cod design.
Well, as you see, Cape Cod house can afford a really relaxing and inviting feeling as well as exclusive look inside your house. In order to create that interior design, a number of sea-inspired ornament and interior elements are required. These comprise of fiber rugs, wooden artworks, and light-coloured paints for the walls.