Do you have a dream home? A home that you are virtually building in your head every time you read an article or see a picture that you love and file away? Or maybe you are actually in the process of building your dream home or renovating your home to become your dream home. Today’s post is for you! I have partnered with Carpet One Floor & Home, a nationwide cooperative of flooring retailers, to share their Twenty Products of 2020. Incorporating some of the Carpet One Floor & Home products, I assembled a dreamy beach house inspiration mood board.
And now I am basically ready to move to the beach…
So let’s take a closer look at some of the elements I chose for my dreamy beach house mood board. I broke it down by sections to include the Carpet One Floor & Home as well as the fabrics and included some of the color palette I would use in my beach home.
|| FLOORING ||
I had so much fun sorting through the package of the Top Twenty in 2020 flooring samples that Carpet One Floor & Home shipped to me. But after perusing, I was finally able to narrow it down to the five different types of flooring for my Beach House Mood Board. From carpet to vinyl hardwood floors to tile- I will break them down below with the details.
GRAY TILE for the KITCHEN
Bel Terra Fabric Art Modern Textile Medium Gray
This sleek modern tile is perfect for any space in the home from kitchens to bathrooms and even living spaces. The texture and pattern mimic that of woven cloth providing a stunning juxtaposition of hard and soft. Available for walls and floors, this tile looks great on its own or paired with other styles from the Fabric Art Collection. Shop this product >
VINYL PLANK for the SUNROOM
Invincible H2O Charleston Place Herringbone in Pure Beauty
Nothing says elevated style like a beautiful herringbone floor. With Invincible H2O’s new herringbone luxury vinyl, you can get the look of a custom herringbone hardwood floor with the waterproof durability of Invincible H2O. This neutral shade lets the unique installation shine, but for a bolder look, the colors available can also be mixed and matched. Product coming soon >
COMFY CARPET for the BEDROOM
Lees Studio Pier 5 in Canoe
The perfect combination of fashion and comfort, this Lees Studio carpet features a deconstructed cut and loop pattern that mimic the elegance of nature. Multiple tones create textural dimension helping this flooring make a subtle, sophisticated statement. Nylon 6/6 fibers will ensure that this floor stays stunning for many years to come. Product coming soon >
CARPET TILE for the MUDROOM
Voyager Soundview in Daydream
It’s soft and fuzzy to the touch but this product performs like vinyl. Available in 10” x 40” planks, this floor is perfect for rooms that need a durable, waterproof floor…and a little softness. The tonal gray chevron pattern give a room a sophisticated look and neutral palette for décor.
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GRAY VINYL PLANKS for the LIVING ROOM
Invincible XT Vail Court in Vienna
This stunning luxury vinyl plank floor benefits from both warm and cool tones and an interesting variety of natural imagery. The 9” x 27” planks add warmth to a space but also pair nicely with more modern cool color palettes. Invincible XTTM floors are all 100% waterproof and extremely durable, giving you a floor that looks beautiful and stands up to active households. Shop this product >
|| FABRICS ||
When starting to plan out this beach house mood board, or course I started with my go-to blues and greens. For a fun pop of color, I pulled inspiration from sea shells and brought in a dash of oranges and browns. And to keep the palette clean, I wanted to keep it interesting with lots of textures even though there are lots of neutrals with creams, white and grays.
To keep costs down I would use inexpensive blue and white ticking for larger pieces. For smaller designer details, I would use a mixture of Lisa Fine Textiles for throw pillows and accent upholstery pieces. I love this collection of patterns because they are so easy to mix and match- and I love so many of them! These patterns feel “beachy” without being over the top beachy.
Last but not least, for the drapes I would use inexpensive burlap by the yard and add interest with inexpensive trim or ribbon with coordinating colors.
So, are you ready to start designing your beach house now? This post is created in collaboration with Carpet One Floor & Home but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting Southern State of Mind sponsors.