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25 Cool Californian Home Decor Ideas
Californian homes really capture with their designs and décor, they have something very special about their look. How to get this unique and welcoming feel of Californian homes for your own one? Here are some characteristic features of such homes, take a look and steal some of them for your own dwelling.
Thanks to perpetually warm weather, Californians enjoy the great outdoors all year round. With so much time spent outside, the design philosophy focuses on bringing in as much of that natural goodness as possible. From reclaimed wood tables to jute rugs, the materials often honor mother nature. Seagrass baskets, sisal rugs, woven rattan, and raw woods bring a sense of that nature-oriented mindset indoors. It can even be as simple as a nature-inspired color palette or soft organic shapes reminiscent of naturally occurring patterns and landscapes. Don’t forget natural potted plants as nothing can be as natural as nature itself, choose large-scale ones or even indoor trees, to complete the look.
wooden furniture and floors, woven baskets and planters and woven shades add a natural feel to the space
a Californian kitchen with a woven lamp, woven leather chairs and a large scale plant
a Californian bathroom with a woven lampshade on a rope, a woodenvanity and a wooden floor
natural wooden furniture and potted greenery make the space feel more West Coast like
a surf-shaped console table, tree stumps as stools and woven plates on the wall
a natural color palette, some statement cacti in pots and natural light coming through skylights make the space cooler
indoor trees in large planters create a feeling that you are alredy outdoors, and it feels so cool
pair a natural color palette with wooden furniture and add some quirky printed rugs to make the space more free-spirited
West Coast homes are known for their laidback, casual energy and from that springs a creative, carefree approach to decorating. Incorporate a variety of designs, colors, and prints by way of throw pillows, bohemian textiles, floor poufs, and graphic art. Starting out with smaller items makes it feel less permanent, too, if you decide you’d like to opt for something more minimal or less bright. Mix them all up to achieve a cohesive yet eclectic look, of which we’ll talk in the next point.
printed pillows, a striped hanging chair and a printed rug make the entryway truly Californian-like
just a single striped rug is a cool idea for a West Coast space, it will add a quirky touch
a printed rug and a catchy striped towel make the bathroom feel more californian together with an indoor tree
a cozy living room with a warm and natural color palette and a bold printed rug for a West Coast feel
a jute rug paired with a colorful printed one and a tropical print pillow for a fun West Coast feel
layered and different black and white rugs set the tone for this neutral Californian space, and a printed ottoman adds to it
a bright bedroom with colorful bedding and a bold printed rug that give interest to the room
a single colorful rug like this one totally changes the whole look fo the room making it fun
a bright printed rug and blue cabinets work well together giving the home a wild feel
Mix And Match
On the West Coast, there’s a deep and abiding appreciation for eclecticism. One design does not define the “West Coast look”, rather it’s a blend of modern and rustic, desert and coast, colorful and minimal. There are a number of influences that inform the West Coast aesthetic, which is why it’s perceived as a relaxed, chill style.
an eclectic home with elements of contemporary, mid-century modern and rustic styles feels West Coast
an eclectically styled living room with mid-century modern and boho items and furniture
an eclectic Californian kitchen with vintage, mid-century modern and traditional elements in decor
a dreamy Californian space with bold blue linens and touches of natural wood and jute
an eclectic Californian home with a boho rug, shabby chic furniture, mid-century modern elements
layering, bold prints and natural materials plus mid-century modern furniture make this home feel Californian
a mix of Scandinavian and mid-century modern decor is a cool idea for a West Coast space