Your home decor is one of the first things people see when entering. First impressions last and you want to make sure that you bear this in mind when thinking about decorating your home.
From decor touches to furnishings, all of them in unison will complete your perfect abode. What’s more, is every living space will express your unique design taste and preference. So whether you want an ultra-modern interior design or you’re looking for a beach-style villa, you can make it happen.
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Hazelnut paint colour is warm and calming. It is also a neutral colour that makes it easy to blend other decor and colours into the same living space.
A vibrant teal is the next best colour for your home. It not only attracts the eye and works great as a feature wall, but it also works well with neutrals in addition. This bedroom looks wonderful.
Soft or nude pastels are simply the best for those chic, classy interior designs despite being minimalist. You’ll be happy to know that they are versatile enough to blend decor and furnishings without having to worry about clashing colours.
Mustard is great for a bit of energizing feel, but, toned further down from yellow. It makes a great colour for virtually any space whether you’re going with only a section of the wall or all out.
Furnish mustard spaces with lighter tones to balance them nicely.
Mushroom colour paint is versatile and beautiful. Unlike the 70s rusty paint colours, with mushroom, you get a fresh, modern look. It is a must if you’re looking for a type of neutral that will still give that lively vibe.
Natural woody colours and browns are ideal for any living space. Nature was the focal point for 2019’s decor, but for colour notes, you can take it up a step with wooden inspiration.
Misty blues are softer shades of the colour that can blend seamlessly with other tones of blue and neutrals. You can create an understated space that isn’t too impactful or harsh in colour. This kid’s bedroom displays a misty blue as the main walls and scattered with other tones of blue and splashes of red.
Yellows are great for many things including being energizing. Some may find this colour bold and optimistic, but it sure has a way to brighten up any living space.
Terracotta is a gorgeous colour and perfect for blending other colours. It also has a warm feel to it and makes your room feel homely and amazing.
Off colour white paints are the perfect hue to set any living space tone. Use it as a canvass and add pops of colour as you like. It is hard to go wrong with a neutral colour such as this.
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