living room. Saturday , June 10th , 2017 - 16:24:55 PM
Red is a very powerful color which, in large quantities, can easily become overwhelming. It’s a color we often stay away from when decorating our homes and that’s not really fair. If used in the right proportions and balanced with the rest of the décor, red can actually be a very cheerful and elegant color. So let’s see how that would work out. Red walls are a very daring option. But you have to be careful in this case because it’s easy to overdo it. If you paint all the walls in the room red, then the rest of the décor should remain neutral. To make the ambiance a bit less striking, perhaps a single red accent wall would be a better option.
Here you can see how an open floor plan deals with red accent walls. The color suits the space well especially in combination with all the beige. The dark accents are a nice way of highlighting certain areas and furniture pieces and there’s a really nice balance throughout. A slightly different option is to use red as an accent color for the walls without actually painting them entirely. For example, if you have a recessed nook in the room for reading you can have that portion painted red while the rest of the wall is a neutral and less striking color.
Thinking outside the box is a feature that not many people manage to explore it. By turning your room in a cozy Oriental- inspired den you show appreciation for a culture thousands and thousands year old. You will achieve comfort with low sofas , cushions , rich colors and architectural details like the shaped doorway .The Moroccan style uses shades such as teal and yellow. Carefully though, avoid making the place look too overdone.
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