Decoration Tuesday, July 18th 2017.
Use Neutral Colors in Complex Design. Consider the fact that, sometimes, complex designs and architecture are going to exist in your home or space. In order to cut down on the potentially overwhelming visual assault, neutral colors will even the playing field, so to speak. You can then use bits of color as strategic emphasis on only those parts and pieces you want to be noticed.
Olympic’s Cloudberry. A light greyish shade of violet is right in line with the trending vogue of lighter purples. Seen as a perfect blend of old and young, masculine and feminine, and work and play, this color (and similar lighter violet paint colors) find the middle ground in nearly any intended décor style. In fact, a variety of prominent paint companies have chosen similar light violet shades as their color of the year for similar reasons. In décor, it provides a beautiful way to be colorful and true while remaining tolerant and neutral.
Instead of a mainstream plant pot perhaps you’d like to be original by using something else. It’s always fun to repurpose things and to recycle. In this case, you could turn some baskets into planters. You can hang them with wire and they can become wall decorations displayed next to a mirror or a framed picture. The ones featured on akailochiclife are filled with faux plants.
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