As we approach the end of 2021 and begin a new year, you may be considering renovating your house and cannot seem to decide what colour scheme to select.
Choosing a colour palette is the most important part and yet the most daunting part for many when it comes to renovating your home. Read our blog and find some inspiration that best suits your style, personality and lifestyle.
The delicious colour tones of this palette is a great choice for a timeless look for modern home interiors. It is comfortable, calming, and versatile. It is about creating cocooning spaces that feel intimate and welcoming. Embrace the warmer neutral stone tones with this gentle neutral palette and add warmth and sophistication to your living space.
Inspired by nature the colour green brings balance and harmony to its surrounding. A fantastic colour to pair with others. Our favourite colour combination is with pink hues for an on trend mix. Olive green with pale pink or blush are complementary as they sit opposite on the traditional colour wheel. They work best when one colour is more dominant than the other. Light pastel colours look sophisticated and cosy, creating a relaxed, serene atmosphere. Ideal for a living room, kitchen or bedroom.
If you’re ready to experiment, check out this expressive scheme with red and pink tones. The ultimate luxurious antidote to a busy lifestyle. Wrap your senses with rich layers of luxurious fabrics, perfectly upholstered furniture paired with deep red hues.
Orange is a warm and fun colour to introduce to your living space. Makes your room look welcoming, bright and energetic. Ideal as an accent colour, great choice for furniture, feature wall and accessories. This colour works beautifully with earth tones and neutrals, taupe, beiges and greys.
Orange looks fabulous with pink!
From Sapphire, turquoise, emerald, ruby to pink diamond. These vibrant and bold colours will add drama and personality to any room in your home. Bring the jewel tones on walls, upholstery, rug areas and cabinetry.
Choosing a colour should be a fun. Take your time and don’t rush the process. Visit paint stores and bring home colour swatches. Hang them all over the room and see how the colour feels in natural light and other lighting.
Follow your instincts…
Images sourced from Arte – International, Omexco, Sanderson Design Group, O & L, Romo, Dulux, Designers Guild.