Choosing the right colour for your soft furnishings and window dressings seems a challenging task to many. Understanding what goes with which colour and how to get the best out of your interior through the use of colours in your soft furnishings is fundamental to your dream space.
Many people make choice and combination of colours so complicated that average person is either put off or too afraid to experiment. Well at the very basic, choice of colours and what they mean to you is very personal. Experiment with colours and be bold to test your imagination.
Brighter living spaces bring life to the interior and what can be better than a touch of bright blooms in the living space. Mixing colours with neutral base. Treat your walls as canvas and your choice of interior colours as your art work. Fresh blooms, yellow, pinks, blue can brighten up the space.
Your window treatment plays a significant role in the setting up the mood for your interior. Floral curtain fabric are the best way to bring in that lively feel to the interior. You can mix them with stripes or plains to create a coordinated look to your interior.
Another tip for modern interiors is to use a mix of grey with bright colours to create a spacious elegant feel to the interior. Consider a curtain or blind fabric with grey pattern on neutral colour or mixing grey tones with blue, red or yellow to create a contemporary spacious interior with bold use of colours.
Use colour wheel to assist you in understanding which colours compliment each other and what are the colours that coordinate with each other. It is very helpful particularly if you don’t trust your creative instincts. Use of dark colours in a large space creates a pull together effect. Use it to the advantage. Where as smaller spaces may benefit from more neutral and bright choices of colours. Your window treatment plays a pivotal role in your interior statement. Use longer curtains to create a sense of height. Mix coordinating colours to create depth in the interior.
There is a popular misconception that you have to be an expert to add colour to your home. Colour is personal and as good as the way you like it. The key is being confident in the use of your choice of colours. Never be afraid of trusting your instinct about a colour for your interior, besides, you make choices based on colours every now and then anyway.