Living room colour schemes you can’t go wrong with

Living room colour schemes you can’t go wrong with

Living Room Colour Design Ideas

Colours have an interesting way to lift your mood. If you can choose a colour that reflects your personality whilst lifting your mood, why not choose a colour scheme that is just right for you? While it is true that neutral colour scheme provides a blank canvas, different colours can help to create a calming or uplifting atmosphere.

If you are looking for a house revamp or new living room colour, have a look at these colour schemes that will go a long way to reflect your personality:

Wall Painting Tips

Pack a punch with metallic tones

Metallic colours like gold, silver, rose gold, chrome etc. work well for a vibrant, accent wall. You can balance them with black, white or grey to create a successful colour scheme. Accent walls in metallic colours are a great way to make any room glisten with serious glam factor. For painting your walls in metallic tones, you can explore Berger Silk Illusions Design Metallica range for the perfect colour to paint your walls.

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Add terracotta accents to warm up a boring neutral palette

If a neutral colour palette is boring for you, you can incorporate an interesting element with the slightest bit of this burnt orange warm shade. Even a large velvety cushion or table lamp in the colour tone can help break a monotone palette and create a coherent colour scheme that can be upgraded for changing seasons.

Living Room Colour Combination Ideas

Experiment with colours

To experiment with colours, there is a foolproof method that you cannot go wrong with. Just use a colour wheel and find shades that work well together. Bright and dark shades can work well together when properly combined to create a well-balanced look.

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Pattern play

Incorporating different patterns in a living room using a mix of cushions, rug or furniture in pretty shades can help create understated room décor. Go for prints like Aztec, striped, polka dots, floral etc. in pastel and bright hues for a combination that is a fine balance of beautiful and bold.

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These are the colours that will trend in 2020

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Interior Paint & Decor Ideas

With a new year, the world of interior design and décor is about to see a host of new colour trends. Colours have the power to transform a room, whether it is a bold accent wall or some pattern play with textiles. But picking the right colours for the space can be tricky sometimes. To help you out, we have put together a list of popular colours that will dominate the interior décor world in 2020. From moody metallic hues to elegant neutrals, there is a hue for everyone in here:

Home Interior Décor Trends Tips

Calming, nature-inspired palette

One of the biggest home décor trends for 2020 is all about finding calm within the chaos. Colours like blues and greens that are inspired by the outdoors evoke a sense of peace, calm and serenity. In a tech-focused world, they act like a great refresher bringing us closer to elements of nature. In interior design, these colours can be incorporated into any space easily, be it on the walls of the home, textiles, décor pieces or even furniture.

Interior Home Design Ideas

Metallic and jewel tones

This year, we’ll start seeing a décor trend towards bolder, deeper, metallic colours, accented with a touch of opulence. Interior designers and home owners alike will embrace this hue, not just this year but in the coming decade. From deep metallic gold and rose gold to classics like jewel tone palette – it is time to take more colour risks for our home colour palette.

Home Paint Colours Design Ideas

Contrasting white and black

High contrast white and black can be a classy, dynamic-duo. To add a bit of drama and class at the same time, you cannot go wrong with this palette. The response to these colours is immediate and the look remains timeless year-after-year making it a safe colour combination choice that will note date with passing years.

Changing the colour of your home walls is a great way to create a new look and feel in your room. Explore colour combinations from Berger Paints to introduce some colour to your space in the New Year.

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6 Lessons in Colour To Decorate Your Living Space

6 Lessons in Colour To Decorate Your Living Space

6 Lessons in Colour To Decorate Your Living Space

Want to learn some colour lessons to deck up your home? We asked some of the best interior designers to spill some design tricks and tips for all you readers out there. Start reading!

Lesson No. 1

Think in colour families

The colour you paint your walls can have a dramatic effect on the value of your home. Get the colour wrong in a room and you will have to live with it every time you enter the room; get it right and will just love spending time in that room. Whenever sprucing up your home, work with different hues within two complementary colour families.

Lesson No. 2

Blue & white combination always works

It is a good idea to use classic combinations like blue and white as it never goes out of style. Timeless combinations used in home interiors can always we dressed up or down according to your tastes and likings. The combination also exudes warmth and class to the entire living space, making it an ideal choice.

Lesson No. 3

Choose a palette and repeat

Use a streamlined colour that makes the space feel cohesive and transitions seamless between rooms, be it living room, dining room or bedroom. One of the biggest mistakes people make when painting their homes is not taking into account adjacent rooms and how the room works as a whole. The colours in your home must have a cohesive palette and should complement each other. When you are in your living room and you are able to see all the other rooms at one go, it is always pleasing to see the same family of colours repeated but in different ways in each room.

Lesson No. 4

Play with percentages

A clever way to deck up a room is by using a small group of colours that was earlier used as accent colours as the foreground.

Lesson No. 5

Use white to freshen things up

White is a versatile shade that looks effortlessly elegant no matter which room you use it in. Incorporate white furniture for a contemporary feel in your living space. You can use this colour for master bedroom, living room or kitchen for a sophisticated look.

Lesson No. 6

Use colour and pattern wisely

When incorporating a striking pattern in a room, it is best to tone down the colour for a calmer and less chaotic effect and vice versa.

Now that you are aware of these design tricks, how about implementing them in your future home upgrades?

 

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These are the colours that will trend in 2020