Recreate the Instagrammable Palm Springs Trend in Your Home 

For fans of Mid-century Modernism, the Palm Springs interior trend is the one for you. Throughout the 50’s,  Palm Springs was the destination for Hollywood celebs taking advantage of the year-round summer sun.

If you’re asking yourself, what is the Palm Springs trend? Well, the style incorporates a mixture of effortless mid-century design along with a contemporary coastal feel.

Interior Style Advisor, Rebecca Snowden at Furniture and Choice, shares three ways to bring a stylish Palm Springs beach holiday look to your interiors.

1. Style a dreamy bedroom retreat with peach and sky-blue tones

Give your home a chic, trendy and Instagrammable summer update using a peach and sky-blue palette inspired by Palm Springs.

Take note from the Palm Springs’ colourful hues with a soothing peach and sky-blue palette in the bedroom. Rebecca suggests, “Try two-tone peach walls to create that restful feeling often found in beach hotel rooms. Use a lighter peach colour on top for an airy feel to your space.”

Play up this dreamy Instagrammable aesthetic with modern touches like chic Marvel Blue Tiles by Walls and Floors, white gloss finishes and metallic gold accents.

2. Bring relaxing beachside vibes to the living room

Adding elements of the Palm Springs trend within your living room space is a simple as adding a new paint colour to your walls. Remember that with this trend you want to bring the outside in, so by adding some plants to your living room it will give it that beachy and tropical vibe.

Rebecca explains, “When trying to recreate the trend in your living room, you want to create a feeling of lounging by the beach with natural, sandy tones and organic textures. Use peach walls to reflect a warm, sunny climate then ground the room with a modern light grey sofa.

“Mix in light wood and jute accents with indoor plants like palm, fern and pampas grass for a laidback, tropical feel. Round it off with cushions in brown, orange and mustard as a nod to mid-century modern design, from which Palm Springs style has its roots.”

3. Channel sunny holiday skies with a blue dining room

This trend is all about bringing the outdoors in, so add elements of natural materials to really capture the style. Replicate the feeling of basking under open skies with a sky-blue gallery wall in your dining room space.

Rebecca adds, “Set the mood with coastal artwork to evoke happy memories of being at the beach or lounging poolside. Warm up your space with a stylish glass and oak dining set for a natural yet contemporary finish.”

Eve Crabtree

Eve Crabtree is a journalist with a passion for interior design. She keeps up to date with the latest trends in the interior industry and regularly tests her hand at crafting and redecorating during her spare time.