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As one of your favorite home remodeling companies, we wanted to share some summer design ideas that you might want to incorporate into your home, or newly remodeled space!

Summer Design Ideas:

White on White

When the weather turns warmer, and the days become longer, people tend to clean out their homes, reduce the clutter and gravitate toward bright, white spaces. An all-white color palette is crisp, clean and refreshing.

Keep patterns to a minimum

Gone are the days of patterns galore, the design world is beginning to embrace tonal palettes with a minimal use of patterns instead. It allows for you and for your eyes to rest. Swap out patterned curtains or throw pillows for something solid but textured, and stay within the same color family.

Muted Palette + Natural Materials
A trend this summer is a fresh, muted palette accented with pops of bright color and natural materials, in addition to organic shapes. The look is calm, breezy and bright without feeling boring.

Color Pops: Small But Bold
Summer brings with it bold flavors, sights and sounds. For anyone who steers away from using color for fear of the bold or fear of tiring of it quickly, the ‘small pops’ theory is one that can be done easily and affordably and removed just the same when trends (or personal preferences) change.

Brass Is Back
Swap out existing furniture knobs for brass pulls. Also consider using brass accent pieces. Knickknacks, lamps and mirrors can update a room in a snap.

Bring the Outdoors In
Whether it’s with your color palette or choice of materials, fully embrace this season by bringing a bit of the outdoors inside your home. This helps your indoor and outdoor spaces feel cohesive. Design your space to mimic the specific look and feel of your home’s locale.

Contact us to see how we can help bring summer into your home, by making your spaces more cohesive! We currently build in Westerville, Worthington, Whitehall, Upper Arlington, Powell, Pickerington, New Albany, Lancaster, Hilliard, Gahanna, Dublin, Bexley, Columbus and all of Central Ohio.