The Mediterranean style house makes you think of sunny beaches and quiet evenings. Admiring the sea from your own living room while enjoying a glass of wine. The Mediterranean style, whether it has Spanish, Italian, or Greek influences, gives any home an irresistible holiday air, dressing it in the colors of the sea, sand, and sun. There are some specific landmarks for this style of interior design. Landmarks that can be adopted even in a block of flats, not only in a villa on the Mediterranean coast. Table of Contents How to arrange the house in Mediterranean styleECLIPSE CURTAINS The Nisha Decorative Stickers Mediterranean PaintingChristopher Knight Home Armchair Head west Mosaic MirrorSafavieh CarpetHammock ChairBeach Wall Art How to arrange the house in Mediterranean style The color palette specific to a Mediterranean-style house reflects the climate, landscapes, and architecture of the villas that border the Mediterranean. Warm neutral shades predominate, such as straw yellow, sand beige, gray, or dark brown. Also the spots of color given by the dark tones of red, other, or terracotta. They are generally suitable for large walls and furniture. While the decorations and small pieces of furniture in shades of blue and green borrowed from the colors of the sea harmoniously complete the arrangement. ECLIPSE CURTAINS AVAILABLE HERE Turquoise, the color of the water from the Cote d’Azur region, is indispensable in a Mediterranean-style house. You can easily integrate it into any room. For example as a mattress for the sofa bed in the living room, as a curtain in the bedroom, or as decorative stickers for the backsplash in the kitchen. It matches nicely with the shades of terracotta and peach. The Nisha Decorative Stickers AVAILABLE HERE Another characteristic shade of the Mediterranean style, more precisely the one specific to the French coast, is purple-blue. It is inspired by the color of lavender fields. It is a fresh and warm color that you can also use for walls. Along with natural wood textures, lavender offers a slightly rustic, welcoming, and familiar air. Mediterranean Painting AVAILABLE HERE Mediterranean-style arrangements differ from country to country. Depending on the cultural specifics of each region on the coast. In Mediterranean houses with Greek influences, you will find wooden furniture and wicker. White is ubiquitous, being interrupted from place to place by accents of blue. If the white furniture seems difficult to maintain, you can opt for sofas and armchairs in dark shades of cobalt blue. They are reminiscent of the color of the sea and are very practical. Christopher Knight Home Armchair AVAILABLE HERE A Mediterranean house with Tuscan accents can have a ceiling decorated with wooden beams. In the Mediterranean decor with Italian influences, the stone is frequently found. Usually, the floor is covered with ceramic tiles in warm terracotta and ocher tones. Also, the furniture has delicate, beautifully arched contours. Mirror frames, coffee table tops, or various decorations can incorporate traditional mosaics. Also, the wrought iron elements add a subtle note of elegance. Head west Mosaic Mirror AVAILABLE HERE The Iberian Mediterranean style houses are more daring from an aesthetic point of view than those with influences from Italy or Greece. In the Mediterranean decor with Spanish influences, you will find the colors of the precious stones and rich shades of red, gold, and orange. They are carefully balanced by neutral colors such as terracotta. The furniture is voluminous, with arched lines and sophisticated design. They are influenced by the Moroccan style, from exotic essences such as ebony or mahogany. The floors are covered with dark wood flooring. Safavieh Carpet AVAILABLE HERE Comfort is very important in the Mediterranean style. However, the sofa, armchairs, stools, and down are not always enough to create the “dolce far niente” atmosphere specific to this type of decor. You need a hammock to sleep for half an hour at noon, as is usually the case on vacation. You can choose either a classic one or a hammock type chair made of canvas and string. If you don’t have to hang it, don’t worry: there are solid iron supports that you can buy separately. Hammock Chair AVAILABLE HERE The Mediterranean style houses are very bright. So if you want to recreate in your apartment the holiday atmosphere on the beach, you need steamy curtains and drapes, white surfaces and mirrors that reflect light. Decorate the walls of the living room with groups of paintings with seascapes and place on the coffee table shells, corals, and decorations in the shape of a lighthouse, mermaids, or sea horses. In other words, the Mediterranean style house can be arranged anywhere, not only on the beach. Beach Wall Art AVAILABLE HERE In conclusion, inspired by these suggestions and compose a specific color palette. In other words, based on white, warm neutral colors and shades of blue. Let the light enter every room and you will enjoy your holiday every day.