I saw this beautiful picture (originally from the Santorini Island website) while perusing Pinterest the other day and it practically jumped off the screen and into my lap. The blues, the whites, the textures, the water. the crisp colors against the rough cliff line…all of it felt refreshing and dreamy. So of course, I had to go search for some other Greek inspiration that was sure to be out there. Come along with me on a little Greek inspiration adventure…
Our first stop isn’t that far…yup, our very own FLOR has this gorgeous Lattice pattern tile option reminiscent of the Greek Key pattern so prevalent in current design.
Next stop, this gorgeous interior found in one of the suites at the Perivolas Luxury Hotel in Santorini, Greece. This is a perfect example of Greek design…white textured walls, domed ceilings, wood or teak natural elements and a deep-hued accent color. Stunning!
Coming in a bit closer to home are these beautiful Water Hyacinth Floor Cushions available at Toast.
On my Greek inspiration journey, I also happened upon this amazing Greek Key trim and Flower Corner block in Melissa, from Design Track Mind‘s home.
I also spotted these beautiful linens at Toast - paired with the minimalist floor, side table, bed and wall the pop of midnight blue is decidedly Greek.
Jules at The Diversion Project spotted this gorgeous door and posted it on her blog (original source not noted).
And for the really accessible, West Elm has this gorgeous bed spread available in just the right deep blue to add a bit of Greek inspiration to any room.
Of course, if you’re looking for something a bit less subtle, you could always go full on Greek inspiration like in this gorgeous space. The deep blues and crisp whites along with the Greek Key pattern on the bed, the gilded grape leaf mirror and the drapes along the poster bed frame are all so perfectly chosen for this space. (Found at Interiorly, original source not noted)
Have you been inspired by Greek design lately?