It’s rare for someone’s fashion style to be 100% of anything. You might be an analogue girl in a digital world or a belle in the city. When it comes to your home décor, you may have those same complexities. You might be an IKEA kind of chick with a penchant for the Bohemian vibe of World Market. Culturally speaking, you desire to uphold the richness of the Caribbean, but you may also like the modern, urban vibe of the city. Perhaps, you haven’t even defined your design aesthetic yet, and all you know is that you want to incorporate an island flair into your home.
Transitional is the most common design style. It basically means combining different design sensibilities. In this case we are combining Caribbean style with Modern touches. Often Caribbean style is depicted in a Golden Girls sort of way with big obnoxious floral prints and wicker furniture everywhere. Guess what, it doesn’t have be that way. In fact, stores like worldmarket.com, westelm.com, and shopswell.com have plenty of budget home accessories and furniture to accomplish a very chic Caribbean Mod look.
Today’s inspiration board is for a bedroom. The signature art pieces are from René Timmermans Photography and painter Samuel Lind.