If you are planning to build an elegant home for your family near the sea, then we highly recommend you to build a modular home rather settling for other housing options. This is because modular homes are an affordable and stylish housing option and you can easily bring a feel and essence of the beach inside a modular home.
However, you will need to do a lot more than just shells and driftwoods if you want to bring a coastal look to your modular home. You will have to arrange the furniture, décor, textiles, and colors of your modular home to create a beach feel. So, here are a few simple tips to help you create a beach feel in your small modular homes.
Colors and Fixtures
Try to choose white or off-white colors with subtle and light earthy tones while painting the walls of your modular home. If you want to bring a sense of space and light to your factory built home, then go for a simple and neutral color scheme.
Besides that, using the right textiles will instantly create a cozy beach vibe to your home. You could also throw in a few rags and cushions in natural fibers such as Indian cotton and calico to augment the feel.
Furniture and Décor
Many modular home constructors advise homeowners to buy either lime washed timber pieces or white furniture for their homes because they are extremely durable and they do look good. However, you can be a little creative when you are choosing a beach style décor for your home. You could choose a few modern prints, painted canvas, and photographs to create a special and intimate feel in your home.
Indoor Plants and Natural Light
If you are looking to add a breezy touch to your new modular home, then you should try to make the most of the available natural light. Choosing lighter colored window furnishes will allow the entry of more natural light in the room.
In addition to that, you could also include a few lush indoor plants in your home, as they will not only purify the air but also help to add a tropical touch to your new home. Try to choose plants like palms with glossy, bold, and green leaves to add a nice pop of color.