Creating the perfect
home that you feel comfortable in and proud of is a multi-layered project.
Besides just having good bones, the home needs to reflect a sense of uniqueness
and your own personality. One of the easiest ways to go about accomplishing this
design feat is to pick a theme that you can carry throughout the space, which
offers flow and that sense of personalization.
One theme, or
decorating trend that is always fashionable, is to choose a country or region
and use it for design inspiration. If you feel particularly drawn to the Asian
culture, then you may want to consider adding a touch of Thai décor to your
home. This can be done through a number of steps, as we will discuss.
Use Thai-Made Furniture
There’s no better way
to add authenticity to your Thai-inspired home than by purchasing furniture Thailand through a place like Euro Creations. This can
be your springboard for the entire home design project, and can be that “wow
factor” in your house.
Make Use of Teak
When it comes to
materials that are found in Thai homes, teak
wood is among one of
the most popular. Teak is used for flooring, furniture, doors, windows, and wainscoting.
Today, teak is one of the most sought-after woods in Thailand thanks to the
fact that only around 17% of the forest remains. With that said, you aren’t
going to want to go overboard on the teak, maybe just a small touch here or
Great ideas include
teak wall hangings, a teak picture frame, small stool, decorative teak plates,
or other small items.
Stock Up on Ceramic Decor Items
Another popular item
found in Thai homes is ceramic. If you want it to have that true sense of Thai
authenticity though, look for ceramic pieces that are green and resemble jade
with gold touches on it. This is reminiscent of the Benjarong pieces that came about during the King Rama V
reign. These pieces can include plates, cups, bowls, vases, and any other
Choose a Bright and Lively Color
Another tip is to
choose a bright and lively color palette using such colors as green, gold, red,
rush, and rich brown. The great thing about this color palette is that it’s
extremely versatile and allows you to go as bold or as subdued as you like.
For example, maybe you
don’t want your family room to be too overwhelming, so rather than paint it a
rich red or yellow, opt for something soft and simple on the walls and then add
in all those pops of color through the décor pieces.
This color palette is
also incredibly warm and welcoming, which sets off a fabulous vibe in your
A Lovely and Welcome Thai-Inspired
By using these tips, you’ll
be able to create a home that is not only visually stunning and inspired by all
things Thailand, but it will also appeal to others and feel incredibly