Rosetta Tate April 7, 2021 Living Room
Color is a very powerful thing and the use of certain colors can be found everywhere. It can change our mood or stimulate the senses. If you are outgoing, bold living room colors suit you best. At the same time if you are the shy type, passive colors are your thing. It is important to use the right combination of colors to make your room more inviting and relaxing. If you can, do not use more than two colors in any given room. One color as the main color and the other as the trim. If you really want to choose the best combination of colors for your living room you should try using a color palette. They can easily be found at a local paint store and someone is always willing to assist you if needed. Remember that different colors are associated with different moods. Light blue brings tranquility, purple is power or royalty and yellow brings happiness.
Trying to tie all your living room colors together can be a little confusing since most of us learned about colors with our jumbo crayon boxes as children. The actual fusion of multiple colors especially when working with brown curtains can have a homeowner perplexed in no time at all. Finding that satisfying combination, that will exude a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere will elude most, unless they do a little research. The typical easy way out is to mix lighter shades of brown, like taupe, sand, gray-brown, khaki, and varying shades of beige. This will not cut it in certain designed themes and the following should help. One theme is to put together your brown curtain panels with additional muted yellow, and medium orange. This is a throw back design style from the early 1970s.
Replace the prints with solid colors in lush fabric textures. Velvets, chiffons and silks are excellent fabrics to start with. Incorporate them into throw pillows, throw blankets and upholstered furniture for a rich and authentic look. Any rough or harsh fabrics from the Midwest theme should be discarded or re-purposed for something else in the house, as they no longer apply to the Moroccan themed room. Bringing Morocco into a Midwest living room can be a sure challenge. However, by taking time to use the fabrics, colors and accessories that you already own, you can save yourself quite a bit of time and energy. It will also save you money as you reuse the items that have multiple purposes. Turn your living room into a new and spectacular showcase of Moroccan life by making it as authentic as possible. With the right fabrics, accessories and coloring, your room will soon transform into a space that bears little resemblance to its once Midwest theme decor.
One of the most beautiful living rooms I have ever been in had a bright red, large, rectangular area rug in the middle of the golden oak floor. The red rug was stunning and simple, but brought energy to an otherwise nondescript room. Utilizing color on your living room floor will change the way your living room feels. Oftentimes we use bright colors as accent pieces, throw pillows, or even splashes of art on the walls. Occasionally we get up the nerve to paint a wall or even an entire room a bold brilliant color. But just as often we neglect to see the floor as a viable option to hold bright color. Bright colors bring energy and life to a room. Using a bright colored area rug will vitalize a living room and give a look to the space that people will remember.
Wherever possible set furniture against the walls to open up as much floor space as you can. Remove any clutter, and steer clear of knick-knacks and other small accessories that make a room look congested and cluttered. To add color to the walls without taking away any visual space, use no more than one large accent per wall, preferably something brightly colored that will help light up the room. Leave windows bare if you can but if not use light-weight fabrics or sheers. Cozy up a Large Room Perhaps you have the opposite problem - your living room is way too big! This often makes a room appear a bit cold, making it feel as though it is lacking in personality. To make this room look more intimate and appealing, use rich, dark colors such as burgundy, navy and green. Browns, gold tones and autumn colors will work as well. While you dont have to paint every wall a dark color, consider painting two opposing walls a rich shade as a contrast to the other walls. If you have a high beamed or cathedral ceiling, consider painting it a darker tone as well. This will visually bring the ceiling down.
Though a lot of people find it not appropriate to use colorful paints for their houses, an artist know for her illuminated furnishings line pushed people to make a room for vivid colors inside the house. In todays abode, color plays a considerable role in accentuating interiors and design areas of importance in rooms that are out of proportion. Structural features can be used to be effective in order to create a space through the use of color. Bookcases, doorways and windows can sum up more interest to walls full of colors. To stress importance, according to a Sherwin-Williams employee, she discloses that it is good to paint doorways a little more light or dark than the wall.It maybe quite a transformation but it gives attention to detail.Another example would be to use cooper finish for translucency thus providing good reflection to the structure.