Caribbean Interior Design

The Caribbean is a gorgeous and relaxing getaway that many love to indulge in. A majority of ones time on a Caribbean vacation is spent outside – enjoying the view, the weather, the recreations, and much more. However, who says that you cannot have a stunning Caribbean interior design to enjoy while you are in such a wonderful place? Many people are embracing this concept. We, at The Decorators Unlimited, have noticed an increase in our clients wanting to enhance and upgrade the interiors of their Caribbean properties. This decision is not only for their enjoyment, but for the value of their property as well.

When many of us think of Caribbean properties, we have the same thoughts on the appearance. Bright colors used throughout the space. Wicker or bamboo furniture which can often be seen with glass top surfaces. People also use large scaled, mahogany furniture throughout their spaces, especially for the bedroom suites. Tile floors throughout the space, with shutters and similar exteriors from residence to residence. In working with Design Cayman – an Architectural Firm located in Grand Cayman, we have learned what is starting to grow in Caribbean interior design desires. Spanish colonials have always been a popular style in Caribbean interior design, and they will always hold some market for that area. Tropical styled homes are known in the area as well. However, design styles are broadening for the Caribbean. The latest and potentially the most demanding styles right now are Contemporary and Modern Interior Design. Keeping aspects of the traditionally known Caribbean interior design while incorporating a more modernized use of color. This is often paired with crisp neutrals, creating a light and relaxed environment.

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While the Caribbean interior design style is evolving and growing, The Decorators Unlimited aims to be ahead of the rest for any all design needs. We have already completed numerous Caribbean interior design projects, and currently have more in the working.

Posted on April 18, 2016 at 2:21 pm

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