Dinning Published by Dresdner Dominga, Monday, November 27th 2017, 22:15:43 PM.
In short go for consistency but be open to inspiration. Colors: If you look around you will notice that there is color everywhere and the colors you see will have different shades of blue or green or browns as the case may be. This is one of the secrets. Choose a range of colors and combine the shades or tonalities. When choosing strong colors (the primary colors) don’t over do it. Use the color sparingly and combine it with lighter tones and this will make that strong color stand out. Light colored ceilings make the room look larger. Strong colors on the walls will make the room look smaller. Strong wall colors should be combined with light colored carpet or hard flooring.
When we think of room design or decorating a living room, formal space or any space that guests might see when visiting our home, we often think of picking out paintings or prints of painting. I’m talking about displaying wall art.
Another great photo option is a large triptych photo print. These are large frameless pictures divided into 3 equal sized panels. This tends to soften the effect of the photo and help it blend in better than a single framed photo or painting. And because the large photo is divided into 3 panels it displays more like a collection of art work. You can cover an entire wall with one triptych photograph, making it the focal point of the room or accenting colors already present. Also, they display best without frames. This will save you lots of money and the added headache of finding the right frame and mounting the art work.
The color range you have in your room is just as important as the furniture you place there - and you do have a wide range of styles, picture, decorative items, rugs and pieces of furniture to play around with. Try and combine colors that go together. Complementary colors would be those that don’t clash together,and you can easily find these (there are too many options to list)with a quick search on the web. The important thing is not the brightness, or the strength of the color. What you need to focus on is the color tone that will drive the look of the room.
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