By Cornelie Aubert. Interior. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 16:21:37 PM.
Using tones adjacent to one another on the color wheel creates an analogous color palette. It's calming for your eyes, and tends to be easier to get right. Friendship doesn't have to mean boredom, however.
A vibrant red was an easy choice with the painting, but can you imagine the room with something else in place of the green? There are warm yellows, bold blues and deep reddish-browns. The light, fresh, spring green chosen by the designer relates to subtle yellow-green tones in the painting, but gives the room a completely different feel. Less obvious usually equates to more interesting.
We know it’s so cold outside that you tend to spend more time inside your Montréal home than you’d normally want to. No, it’s not the beginning of a new ice age, it’s just winter time in full swing. How about using those long winter nights doing research for that home renovation that you’ve been planning since… well, last winter? You’ll thank us this time next year.
We'll finish with the master suite, because it's just plain beautiful. This is the only other space in the apartment featuring that dreamy blue-green tone from the living room, but it appears here as a richer, deeper version. The custom canopy is undeniably grand, but the bed itself is a rather low, contemporary number, and the bedside tables are petite as well. That kind of contrast keeps things modern, and makes this a room for living in rather than merely looking at.
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