Coastal, beach-inspired design is meant to reflect the coastal environment, so it often features natural textures, nautical details and shades of blue and white.
If you love the breezy, laid-back feel of coastal style, know that we can help you achieve it! Here at Floor Coverings International, we offer a wide variety of flooring products to make your home feel like a beautiful beach retreat.
Light, Distressed Hardwoods
Hardwood is one of the most classic and popular flooring choices for coastal design. But we’re not talking about just any hardwood; light tones and natural, distressed finishes are best if you want that beach-inspired look. Be sure to consider whitewashed, gray, distressed and hand-scraped styles if you are choosing hardwood floors for your beach house. Think of driftwood and other aged, weathered wood when drawing inspiration.
Natural Fiber Carpets
If you prefer carpeting in certain areas of your home, be sure to consider styles made of natural, woven fibers like sisal, jute, coir, and seagrass. Many of these materials are in fact grown in coastal areas around the world, so they blend perfectly with beach-inspired style. You can go all out with wall-to-wall carpeting, or add just a touch of natural texture with a strategically placed area rug.
Blue Accent Tile
Of course, the ocean’s many shades of blue are a major source of inspiration for coastal design. Glass and ceramic tile are available in shades of navy, aqua, turquoise, and more, and they add the perfect pop of color to kitchens and bathrooms. Use them to add a coastal accent to your kitchen backsplash or shower surround.
We hope that these flooring ideas have inspired you to transform your space into a relaxing coastal retreat. Call or visit your local Floor Coverings International today for help selecting and installing new floors in your seaside home!
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