Clever Ideas for Incorporating Colour in Your Space
If you would like to use colour in your home but are not sure where to start, this post is for you! We have compiled interesting ideas that will get you thinking creatively and set you on your way to creating a home you can enjoy and be proud of. (Image: Your Fire)
When it comes to painting your Interior, who said must stick to the walls, whatever excitement did anyone find in that! Why not try something different and paint the ceiling, including the cornices. This decorative ceiling in a deep grey is unique and very effective adding depth to a minimal room. (Image: Dkor Interiors)
A fireplace is a lovely addition to any space and this Scandinavian style room receives a vibrant punch of yellow, creating a focal point, whilst enhancing the warmth from the burning fire. Use colours that will enhance other elements of the space. (Image: Your Fire)
Make your transition from one space to another more delightful with a unique application of paint. Apply a darker tone of the very same colour and show emphasis to the door frame. This will not only add a cool vibe to the space but provides an unexpected touch. (Image: Veranda Interiors)
The staircase is the ideal place to experiment with colour and pattern due to the transition between levels. Movement from one space to another need not be boring. The wall angles will change or become an extension of the one next to it, therefore creating a new dimension in additional colours will enhance this area and build a sense of curiosity for what’s to come upstairs. (Image: Design Soda)
If you are not keen to use bold colour on the walls, we would suggest dressing your space with colour. Choose your large, most important items to help create a statement. Curtains, sofa, armchair and additional accessories is a great way to introduce colour and texture. Jonathan Adler shows how this can be done with this stunning living space. The sunny yellow curtain is a clever choice to use near the window where natural light comes in. He introduces pops of blue against the yellow a bold patterned rug on the floor, with brass details to bounce light around the space. If you are keen to use colour in your home, remember the key is to have fun with it, using contrasting tones and bold pattern for added interest. (Image: Jonathan Adler)
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