Beach paint colors can be a soothing and aesthetically pleasing way to decorate rooms, bedrooms and even family rooms. Encourage sights, fragrances and sounds from nature and the breath of vacation, beach themes require some planning and angled grease. With a few items imported from the ocean front, you can create a relaxing room like hearkens back to sand and sea.
Paint the room in beach colors. Coat the walls with light blue color to induce the sky. Use a sponge to streak in purple, yellow or oranges against the top of a wall to create a sunset effect. Use a dark blue or green to create an ocean effect on the lower third of the wall, roof the area with a wave pattern. Put rattan furniture. Place a basket of reading room in the corner of the room. Add a large basket to hold bedding and clothes. Create sea baskets. Take small baskets and fill them with dried seaweed. Rest assortment of seashells in each basket and place them on bedside tables, kitchen cabinets, shelves and desks. Hang a fishnet. Spread fish net out onto the wall.
Use a hammer to insert nails into the wall so the mesh can hang properly. Hammer less nails in the wall to hang shells. Use an assortment of seashells, including sand dolphins and starfishes; disperse them all over the walls and interspersing them with fish nets. Hang framed beach-themed posters or prints on the walls. Use hot glue to decorate the frames with smaller seashells. Hang colorful sandals, beach towels and fabrics rent on the wall, orient them at different angles. Create scaled light. Lightly a pillar of light until the top begins to melt and use a fine brush to apply warm wax on a sealed edge. Quickly tap the shells in another light lower side, repeat the process until the lower part of the pillar light is overshadowed by shells. Fill glass cans halfway with sand and place tea light on the inside.
Tips and warnings
Finish the bedrooms with a surf- or beach-inspired bedspread to tie the interior of the room together. Use colored sand from craft shops for heat light cans if you want. Never leave open fire unattended. Obtain permission from your landlord if you rent before painting your walls. Place a large painting of the ocean or a sailboat above the couch. Place photos on family trips to the beach in the picture frames and group them in a mail manner. Attach floating shelves to the walls and place beach photos, shells and lights on them in groups. Be careful not to make groupings look messy. Groups of two or three points per shelf add a touch of pride without being too much and make it easy to dust and maintain.