Decoration Friday, July 21st 2017.
How to use Neutral Colors? Oversimplifying things here, neutral colors are best used in interior design in one of two ways: (1) as a soft, often monochromatic space that exudes quiet warmth, or (2) as a nearly invisible backdrop for more dramatic colors and accents. For example, consider the difference in a room filled with soft hues such as beige, ivory, and elephant grey (calming) and one that incorporates black and white (dramatic). Tone-on-tone neutrals will always be more subtle than vibrant splashes of saturated neutral colors.
Neutral colors will always be classic. This is perhaps one of the most appealing aspect of neutral colors: They are classic and, most likely, you won’t grow tired of them quickly, if ever. You can easily incorporate trendy and/or vibrant colors and prints into your décor whenever you feel like it if your decoration foundation is built around neutral colors. Some might consider neutral colors as an investment that ensures an interior that never grows old, unlike, say, that lipstick red accent wall or bright blue “coastal” bedroom that you just had to have.
Neutral colors showcase your personal style. This concept goes against the mindset of some people, but it’s the absolute truth. When neutral colors are used as the primary backdrop for your interior design, your personal style is able to shine. It comes to the forefront, and all the details and pieces and accents that make your style what it is are in the spotlight. This impact is much harder to achieve (or even impossible) when your style is competing with statement colors.
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