Caribbean Style Home Interior

Posted on November 29, 2021

Some of us are imagining life on a wonderfully tropical island surrounded by blue ocean and golden sky after the sunset. What if we told you that actually, you can bring the vibe of the tropical island to your home design. You can consider a Caribbean style for your home interior look.

 

    PT Touchwood Caribbean Style for Interior, Project at ST. Kitts and Nevis

When you evoke the Interior look for your house with the Caribbean style it can bring something beautiful and tranquil. By combining the whitewash finish and the woodcraft for furniture can infuse your home with a celebration of the sea and create a timeless elegance look.

 

To get started on your Caribbean style Journey for your home, you can start with bringing a wood accent to your home that can create a depth sense and warm vibe. By using Rattan, bamboo, and wood pieces that add texture to your space are excellent choices for Caribbean spaces. In fact, many rooms decorated in this style create a sense of richness through the contrast of white walls and wooden trim.

 

When it comes to finishing look the Caribbean Style, white is the popular choice, either as a background color for the wall or as a contrast combination with an item of furniture in more saturated tones.

 

As shown below, combining whitewash finish for the wall and white-green for the sofa create a perfect tone and textile approach for the interior look when the Caribbean vibe is your goal.

 

                      Caribbean Style Interior by PT Touchwood

 

By combining the whitewash finish for the interior and the furniture is not the only way to create Caribbean elements. You can add a small detail, By choosing the right decoration for your interior can evoke the feel of the sea can create a beachy vibe, such as adding the white marble for your table.

 

Caribean vibes for your home can be created with so many range of elements, from using a bright color for the textile of the furniture and by combining tropical greenery in modern spaces to the incorporation of wooden structures for your home.  Which approach do you prefer?