A touch of Seychelles at home
After 3 days in Dubai, we are leaving for the Sychelles and I prepared this post to pick inspiration to put a touch of Seychelles at home! Read the post and you’ll see how you can go and recreate a little corner of paradise.
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In short, as you can imagine, blue walls and a touch of green are the colors that can not be missed.
Let’s see together how to insert them!
Blue on the walls
The Sea of Seychelles is characterized by many varieties of blue and light blue, often tending to green! But we put it green afterwards.
I start with putting the blue on the walls! Both through painting and through tiles or special decorations.
In the pictures I have selected, we can see how painting can be laid even by creating beautiful geometric games that I like so much. A really nice effect, don’t you think?
Blue, turquoise or light blue walls become perfect when combined with white, gray and woody colors. Let it be the blue, in the chosen shade, the main color to recreate our seaside thinking of the nature of the Seychelles.
The touch of green with the plants
You can not miss the reference to the vegetation of these islands.
Thanks to the antiquity of formation and the long isolation, without human presence, the Seychelles present a lush nature, especially on the granite islands that abound with water.
Of the 75 species of plants, the most famous is the Coco de Mer, planted by the largest seed of the world.
It is therefore essential to put the reference to green. For this Urban Jungle style can help us, absolutely trendy. I spoke last year about it! Apart from the tendency to include tropical plants, I consider home plants a fundamental presence to complete the decor.
Do not forget the round stones …
Exactly, in my corner I would like to include the typical round stones that you can find in the Seychelles!
Many Seychelles islands have these shaped and smooth rocks.
In this case the poufs of Pierre Livingostone seem perfect to me!
For the rest, you can put a nice black parrot or giant turtle, two other Seychelles symbols, and we are absolutely complete! What do you say?