What is Hamptons Style?
When thinking of Hamptons style a light and bright space comes to mind. It is a sophisticated design style with a touch of a beachy feel. This brings an element of effortlessness and calm to the space. The furnishing in a Hamptons inspired room should bring a feeling of luxury, without being over the top. When achieved, it is a timeless design statement.
How to achieve this style in your new home!
Working with your Cavalier Homes Colour Consultant, they will be able to offer your advice and insider style tips to create a colour selection in this style.
For your internal colour selection, start with a warm neutral colour for your walls, then pair with light wood floors. Adding touches of marble for the kitchen and bathroom benchtops and gold for the tapware and accessories. Through your furnishing, bring in a pop of colour such as shades of blue.
For your external colour selection, think about selecting a light weatherboard or a light brick render for the façade and pair with a warm neutral stone as the feature. Keeping it simple with your selection is key.
Large External Tile – Maximo White 600x 600 from Beaumont Tiles
Feature Tile – Majorca Flower Black 200 x 200 from Beaumont Tiles
Brick – Arcade from PGH Bricks
Timber Accents – Victorian Ash
Stackstone – Cultured Stone – Profit Ledgestone Colour South West Blend
Large Internal Tile – Bora Marble Blue Polished 600 x 600 from Beaumont Tiles
Small White Tile – Agrestic White Satin 75 x 150 from Beaumont Tiles
Vinyl Plank – Expona Superplank Colour Blond Oak from Flooring Xtra
Stone Benchtop – Exclusive Range Colour Statuario Venato from Smartstone
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What is Industrial Chic? Industrial chic design is all about bold and edgy statement pieces to create a modern interior. Think exposed brick, natural wood.
What is Contemporary style? Contemporary style is classic and timeless. It is a light-handed approach to decorating, when done correct, this style will never feel dated.
What is Coastal style? Coastal interior design is all about bringing the beach into your home. Think soft whites and beiges with natural fibres and timbers.