Having a rental home is a great investment, and even though you may not live in it year round, at least it gives you another excuse to decorate! Here are some great beach rental decorating tips that will enhance the natural beauty of your home and make your guests fall in love!
Go for a breakfast nook
This works especially well on beach front properties as it gives a nice laid back vibe to the kitchen. It doesn’t have to be fancy — think a checkered tablecloth, a braided rope rug, and white quality home furniture such as a white table and chairs with light brown accents.
Splurge for good quality furniture
Considering that so many people are going to be using your furniture, it is a good idea to splurge and buy upscale furniture for your home. Your indoor furniture is one of the first things your guests will notice, so you will want to make a good impression! Head to an upscale furniture store and look for anything in suede or leather as it will look high quality and retain its color and shape for many years.
As much as you decorate inside, you have to consider the fact your guests will be outside for the majority of the day. So grab some patio furniture, such as Adirondack chairs, a picnic table, and some small side tables, and don’t be afraid to choose bright colors!
Choose white and twine
If you don’t want to paint your walls, no worries. White is a great neutral decorating color as it gives off a breezy, open, beachy vibe. Spruce it up with some twine accents, such as twine-wrapped light fixtures or chairs, for a nice rustic vibe.
Let the sun shine in… only sometimes
Putting highly reflective blinds on all windows will ensure your guest’s comfort at all time. This is because when closed, reflective blinds can reduce heat gain in the home by 45%. So with this in mind, your guests can close the blinds before they leave in the morning and then not have to worry about coming home to a sweltering house later in the day.
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