Infusing colour into your living space can be a tricky thing, especially when you have multiple colours competing for attention. Many new home owners enjoy livening up their living spaces by pairing furnishings with accessories in their favourite colours to add warmth and character to their home. Colour helps freshen up a space and allows homeowners to demonstrate their own personal touch, often showing personality and character through colour selections for their home. Although monochromatic can look great, many people desire more colour but using multiple colours in your interior décor can often times be a bit tricky. Here are some tips on how you can achieve that designer look in your home by coordinating colours:
Soft pastels can lend themselves to virtually no limit in the amount of colours used, so long as the furnishings and flooring are relatively neutral as in the case in this new home. The predominant colours and pattern inspired by the stained glass window is repeated in the toss cushions and accessories
Vibrant colours work well when anchored by an anchor fabric like in this dramatically colourful comforter. By pulling colours out of the comforter and repeating them in furnishings and accessories, this new home bedroom can be transformed from bland and functional to absolutely fabulous.
This new home features a far more dreamy bedroom, with a soft colour palette creating a soothing atmosphere; perfect for an absolute retreat. Starting off as a cream toned monochromatic colour scheme, infusion of soft greens and blues pair beautifully together and are common interior décor colours; which makes finding décor and accessories pieces like artwork, toss cushions and area rugs relatively easy.
Sometimes using the same colour can be overwhelming in a space. But when you take into account the many tones and tints of any given colour, the variations can be endless. This new home features varying takes on blue from the area rug to the chandelier, taking you on an aqua journey from deep navy to tropical teal; all anchored by touches of neutral furnishings, accessories and trim.