Keeping up to date on design trends isn't as hard as you think it might be. In fact, I'm sure you have multiple home accents in your home that look truly amazing, and stand out from your home, but you're just not aware of it, or aware of how to make the most of it. One key to a successful interior design is pairing. Pairing correctly means accurately combining multiple objects or colors in a sensible fashion, which ultimately draws attention equally among both items. Pairing sounds easy, but in reality is quite difficult to achieve correctly. Knowing not only which colors go great with others is only part of the solution, while the other part is realizing, and actualizing the distance and space between the paired objects.
Painted walls in your bedroom don't have to be typical. Right away, tell yourself how your bedroom makes you feel. Is it a bright and airy atmosphere? Or is it more along the lines of dark and cozy? It is known that the amount of darkness or brightness your room has makes an impact on how deep of a sleep you will have. This rule of thumb should be taken into consideration when deciding on a color for the bedroom. Dark teals and purples can look majestic in bedrooms, and create a beautiful, dreamy contrast with rich hardwood floors, pairing perfectly. Maybe you have a lampshade or blanket that you got from the Z Gallerie or other chic home decor store, whose color you wish was on the wall? Go for it. Color match your unique home decoration and have fun with it.
Blue doesn't always have to be baby blue. Change things up by purchasing a piece of furniture such as dining room chair, couch, or throw in Greek Blue. This unique and distinctively elegant color makes a person think of the Mediterranean and those church rooftops in Perissa, and invokes feelings of exhilaration. It's richness and boldness is sure to pair well with greys and yellows making for an excellent addition to any modern living room. Not sure or no need for new furniture? Shop online and browse different art selections until you find that piece of art, done in Greek Blue that would pair perfectly on your living room wall.
When thinking of the lightest, and airiest room in the home, surely you think of the bathroom. Bathrooms are spaces in the home that should feel open and refreshing. Even those curved shower bars are sold in order for your tub/shower to feel more roomy. Creating an open and spacey atmosphere is quite simple when painting with bright pastel colors. Before you choose on a color, take into consideration the color of the wall tile (if you have any). Many websites allow you to upload a color and pair them with other colors.. All the heavy lifting is done for you and you can browse various color schemes that pair perfectly with your uploaded color. Maybe you're renting and can't paint the walls? Not a worry. Even major department stores like Target have fantastic shower curtain options that will pair well with any color your landlord decided to paint with.
Similar to grey, white and black, Olive Green is a magnificent color to paint with and can pair with just about anything. The dark nature of it brings you in and really helps the accents in the room stand out. If you have enough sunlight, you can just about paint with this color in any room in the house... Even the kitchen. With the lustrous chrome accents your kitchen has to offer, a dark Olive Green in the kitchen says deluxe and lavish.
Accent walls are quite common, but many times people are overly cautious with the color, and tend to pick colors that aren't that extravagant. Three white walls with one bright orange says a lot more than three gray walls, with one dark gray wall. Keep in mind that you are creating an accent wall to stand out. Your choice of color should reflect that. Traditionally, dining rooms are usually not painted with bright, exciting colors, but now it becoming more and more popular. Bright greens, blues, and purples are being paired with light and airy colored walls, and truly add something fun to your home interior.
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