It’s All About The Hamptons
Light, bright and with a beachy feel, Hamptons wood planking is perfect for adding character to your space. Inspired by Long Island’s South Fork, this reclaimed wood style can give your space a unique look without sacrificing the texture of real wood walls. Here are some tips for how you can incorporate Hamptons into your home.
Find Balance With Bold
Whether you’re choosing accent pillows, artwork or furniture, bold colors and patterns can balance out your white walls. Just make sure to keep these elements to a minimum. Too many colors or patterns can easily become loud, overpowering your space.
For a farmhouse feel in your home, pair Hamptons walls with other natural elements, such as wooden accessories or live plants. Open shelving and plenty of sunshine will further this comfortable country design. Also, don’t forget the mason jars! These farmhouse staples can be incorporated in limitless ways, from storage containers to chandeliers.
Simplistic Scandinavian Spaces
Scandinavian designs are known for their monochromatic, all-white design elements. If you’re looking to achieve this style in your home, keep things simple by having your Hamptons wall with white or light gray accessories. To break up the space a bit, incorporate some funky elements like a unique pipe chandelier or bold, modern art.
Feminine and Floral
Soft pinks and other subtle accent colors give depth to your design without overpowering the brightness of your space. Large, oversized faux flowers and plush animals work to give the room dimension while fitting in with the comforting color scheme. This particular design style works great for children's bedrooms or nurseries.
Check out a few examples of how these designers used Hamptons in their home:
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Designer, Margaret Shutze, chose Stikwood to create a warm, open and inviting space where guests would feel welcome within a small footprint.