Resort Living Look Two, Mint Style

November 30, 2015
Resort Living Look Two, Mint Style

Summer is here and for those lucky enough, they have holiday plans and are heading off on a well-earned break. For those of us who aren't, who said we can't create that relaxing summer resort vibe at home?

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We decided to create two resort style looks that you can easily replicate at home with minimal fuss and maximum stylish impact!

Have you seen our first resort living summer look? Be sure to view it here Resort Living Look One, Coral Style.

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Look Two, Mint Style

Repetition of pattern and tranquil colour tones blend this style together creating a harmonious relaxing zone, reminiscent of poolside resort style. The hammock chair really is the perfect solution for those that don't have a great deal of space for the anchoring points that are needed for a traditional style hammock.

The gorgeous grey and white pattern Dash & Albert outdoor rug from Classic With A Twist helps define the relaxing zone and, is a striking contrast to the timber deck. Mandy and the lovely team at Classic With A Twist have plenty more colour and style options available so if the grey and white is not the colour combination you're after, not to worry! The use of the Zohi Interiors Lantern adds a touch of summer romance with a hint of Hollywood Regency. We love how all the geometric shapes come together perfectly to create this ultimate resort style at home!

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"The brass Mohani lantern is amazing value for such a striking, solid piece. It would make for a lovely Christmas gift!" Prue | Editor

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“Green hues symbolise harmony and the environment, whilst blues create peace and tranquility. Any combination of these tones is ideal for creating a truly relaxing resort style escape at home” Elizabeth | Editorial Coordinator.

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Many thanks from the House of Home team to the following retailers:

Design and Styling by Prue Tully (Editor, Interior Designer), Design and Styling by Elizabeth Zotti (Editorial Coordinator) Photography by Andrew Maccoll (www.andrewmaccoll.com) and Graphic Design by Cassandra Digby (Creative Content).