BEACHY GOODNESS

Lately I've been finding myself drawn to beachy, relaxed interiors - it may have something to do with it being summer or my new found love for the beach (I have seriously gone more in the last month than in probably the last 5 years!). But it's got me appreciating the laid-back effortless look. 

It's all about natural fabrics and textures like jute, wood, cane/rattan and linens in subtle and organic colours. It doesn't always have to be white on white and I am happy to report this is a lovely replacement for the 'coastal-hamptons' style thats often found in fancy beach houses - move over and make way for a much cooler take on the lifestyle. 

Here's some inspo and then products you can use to create your very own oasis! 

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House of @malvinastone styling: @featherhorse_ photography: jody_darcy

HOW TO GET THE LOOK: 

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CUSHIONS:

Add a bit of interest by pairing these fuss-free beauties to your current cushion collection or let them stand alone. 

COFFEE TABLES

These coffee tables are perfect to instantly transform any space into laid-back oasis!

THROWS & BLANKETS

Unsure what to do on the end of the bed or sofa? Don't want any more cushions? Chuck a throw on it! 

LIGHTING

How beautiful is this pendant!! I can imagine it hanging pretty next to the bed and the right in the kitchen or over the dining table. 

RUGS

Rugs are SUCH an important part of any room, there is a reason they are usually listed under the 'furniture' section of websites. Go for a thick patterned rug if your room is simple, or a low-key jute rug to compliment the room that already has its own vibe. 

CHAIRS

What says 'beachy oasis' more than a chair that can be used inside or outside? Not much. 

BEDDING

Nothing better than some fresh linen to relax on! Do you havepets, children (even a messy partner!), then do yourself a favour and go with a flax colour. White bedding is stunning but can quickly deteriorate ha!  

All suppliers linked to images, so you can shop directly :)

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