3 unusual color combinations that you will like
Designers who work with residential interiors say that most of their clients are afraid of bright colors and unusual color combinations. The choice is made in favor of imperishable classics: neutral beige, brown, gray and white tones. This color phobia is easy to explain: an active shade can be psychologically uncomfortable, not take root in the interior and calluses the eyes, and you want to make repairs once and for a long time. We offer to put aside fears and see what color is capable of in the interior by the example of 3 unusual color schemes.
Blue + grey
…still love the. At first glance, they may seem too cold a couple. To avoid “hypothermia”, opt for warm shades, such as quartz and Prussian blue.
Cool Blues and Grays also work well together. A dark gray shade will make the blue color “richer” and deeper.
The “cooling” effect is really present, so this color scheme is more suitable for rooms with Windows facing the bright side.
If you are not ready to let the blue color unfold in the interior, you can enter it dosed as interior accents: furniture, textiles and decor. Even if there is very little blue in the space, in tandem with gray tones, it always “works” as a point of attraction for the eye. In this case, the shade of blue does not have to be bright, you can stop at light and/or muted colors.
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The easiest way to build a color scheme is to use only one shade of blue and several Grays at once. You can dilute the palette with white and light wood. This versatile combination is suitable for any interior style.
Red + aquamarine
Very bold and very effective combination. This color scenario evokes natural associations. Variations can be different, depending on the selection of colors: sea water + coral reefs or twilight autumn sky + purple foliage.
The combination can be supplemented with copper accents and diluted with white.
The color scheme will perfectly take root in relaxed eclectic interiors, it is appropriate in the styles of boho, pop art, kitsch, modern, but it can also be comfortable on the basis of neoclassical.
If you choose a tangerine-red shade, the combination will be both balanced and exotic, mentally referring to the warm edges of the Mediterranean.
Electric aquamarine can be preferred to turquoise or sea wave color. If juicy color contrasts seem too sharp a solution, look at the muted shades of this color pair or use red as point accents.
Blue + purple
One of the most frightening shades in the interior is purple. It seems that it will attract all the attention, require a complex design, and some of it … purple. In Russian interiors, purple tones are quite rare, especially in combination with blue. This pair is worth looking at.
Together, these colors have a “superpower” – make any situation look expensive and interesting. The palette “works” in interiors in the neoclassical, Baroque, boho style and on the basis of a mix of styles.
Saturated shades of blue and purple should be used with caution in dark small rooms, visually they will make the room even smaller. This scheme is appropriate if you want to achieve a chamber effect in space or use it in bright large rooms with high ceilings. This combination is worth trying if you gravitate to extraordinary solutions.
Pastel shades of blue and purple will “work” to create an airy and light interior. Use as base tones or as color spots on a background of neutral shades: white, gray, beige, brown. The palette can be diluted with copper, gold and mustard accents.
METHODS OF ZONING AN APARTMENT
Small rooms prefer open space with functional areas. Interior designers highlight several popular ways of zoning space.
You can collect your favorite color scheme in the salons of furniture and finishing materials of Lanskoy shopping center.