By Vespasien Aline. Interior. Published at Monday, April 30th, 2018 - 06:51:54 AM.
Let's say that green evokes a response you'd like to bring into your home. Now, how to use it? Here's where you need to have some idea of the kind of energy and atmosphere you want to create in your space. Each has their benefit, of course--passion at its best is exciting and energizing, but messy when it goes wrong. Friendship should be uplifting, comfortable and relaxed.
The most success stories in luxury design come not from people driven by wealth, yet by those with an innate love for design and a wish to express themselves as freely as possible. Too often small budgets come with big demands that nobody can satisfy, but with larger budgets comes freedom for exploration and the ability to infuse a home as richly and as deeply as the designer and client can fathom.
You might think that the easiest color palette to develop in your space would be monochromatic, but that isn't necessarily true. Your color variations need to be chosen carefully in order to get the look you want. Too similar but not identical, and they may clash; too dissimilar, and they won't connect. The phrase "same same, but different" comes to mind here. Monochromatic doesn't have to mean safe or simple either.
We know that colorful exterior doors have been popular for some time, but now that trend is coming inside the home. Painted interior doors are becoming trendy as homeowners look for new and unique ways to add color to their home, without making the commitment of an entire wall. Try out your favorite hue on a bedroom or bathroom door to see what a difference it can make.
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