Lacquered Sideboard By Henredon Seller Lawson Fenning
People are often connected with colors, but they are afraid something bolder on their walls. The people who have a harder time are those people who are contemporary, and usually after sophisticated looks, but long for that color in their rooms. Here are some quick steps to adding color into your life..........
First, always choose color you are drawn to. Second, utilize the color wheel for professional results. For example if my favorite color is green, then I could have the options of working with darker shades of green and lighter colors of green as one choice. Again, another option is I could work with green and the neighbouring colors of the color wheel such as lime and blue. Lastly, you can also work from the opposite side of the color wheel, such as orange or purple.
Many people do not consider multiple colors in their home, because they do not want their home looking like a rainbow, which is perfectly understandable. You can create pops of color in your home though the use of accessories, and still have the contemporary neutrals on your walls. On the other hand, if you want to go after the bold colors on your wall, be sure choose more neutral furniture, and limit the objects of intense color. Try to find a balance that will flow evenly unifying one room to another. Consider floor rugs in the same tones, as well as pictures that are alike that run from one room to the next.
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Great rooms don't happen over night. For me, sometimes it takes multiple sketches of room possibities before coming across a winning idea. If you do not have a color you are drawn to, pick a favorite item and work around it. Limiting your palette to two or three colors throughout the house, is always recommended. In the upholstery, rugs, and accessories, however, the color schemes can be limitless. Have Fun!