When designing a summer house, “blue elements” seem to be the secret formula. But,  the team from Polish Ad Design Studio does not feel the same at all. As you can easily notice from the pictures below, a black and white palette works very well with spots of colorful pieces. The first thing you have to take into consideration when you want to summer-ize your house is your outdoor living space. Embrace it! If you’re lucky enough to have an amazing outdoor space — garden, patio, balcony, what have you — it’s time to start using it. The house we present you today has a large living room that connects with the exterior through transparent glass windows, letting the natural light come inside all day long.  A patio chair accented with a colorful outdoor rug and weatherproof pillow transforms a simple space into an inviting retreat. A window box on the railing brings a little more green to the space, while sheer curtains offer the option of privacy. Moreover, invest in a few pieces of good patio furniture for your dining area, and then accessorize with less expensive and more trendy pieces.

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