Travel and destinations can be a perfect inspiration for the design of your home interior because a specific destination can conjure up specific feelings. For my favorite beach destination, I envision serene, calm horizons, walking across untouched beaches with tumbled stones and scattered driftwood, and the relaxing sounds of waves lapping against the shore.
Design elements like weathered wood textures, colors, and shapes can trigger different feelings and memories in different people. When you have a strong connection to an environment that creates positive feelings or memories, that’s a perfect design element to incorporate into your home interior and make it part of your daily environment.
Dura Supreme’s artisan-crafted Weathered finish collection often reminds me of driftwood you might find washed up on shore at the beach.
This bathroom design concept ties together cool gray tones and Weathered wood in a way that feels ocean-worn driftwood.
Bathroom Cabinets & Furniture by Dura Supreme Cabinetry. Faucet and Sink by Kohler.
To create this Weathered Beach Style look, combine Dura Supreme’s Weathered finish “A” on Red Oak with our “Silver Mist” gray paint, Corian’s “Rain Cloud” countertop, and a satin nickel hardware adds an “airy” and “coastal” feeling to this beach style design. For the walls, the designer choose Sherwin-William’s “Origami White” paint SW7636. Select Satin Nickel hardware and fixtures with simple transitional styles like this Kohler WaterCove faucet and Top Knob’s Luxor Hardware Collection.
A close up of the Silver Mist paint finish with the Brushed Satin Nickel hardware from Top Knobs.
Dura Supreme Cabinetry shown in the Kendall Panel door style in “Silver Mist” and Weathered “A” finish sample in Red Oak.
Curved design elements soften the look adding a relaxing feeling.
The Kendal Panel Inset cabinet doors give the bathroom vanity a Furniture-Style look.
Weathered wall paneling shown in Dura Supreme’s “Weathered A” finish on Red Oak.