Colour Facts For January 2021

Colour Facts
  1. home interior colour

    According to Feng Shui, in the year 2021, the Year of Fox, the lucky colours are metallic grey and aqua blue. If you want to feel calm and rejuvenated, a combination of these colours on your home walls or decor is a great way to charge your living space with some positive vibes. For home interior colour, you can also use these colours solo eg. an accent wall in metallic grey will instantly brighten up an otherwise drab looking wall or aqua blue cushions and curtains will liven up the space to ring in the new year on a fresh note.

  2. hall interior colour

    With so many changes going on in the world over the past year, brands have not been willing to take many design risks. The approach of doing more with less has found its way even with design and colour trends for brands. Things that invoke a sense of calm, positivity and understanding in an ultra chaotic world has taken a center stage. This includes relying on old favourites like muted colour palettes, serif fonts and simple visualisations for clear communication. That’s why you will find many health and wellness brands use a muted colour palette this year to evoke feelings of safety and security.

  3. home interior colour

    This year, Pantone has broken the tradition and revealed two colours for 2021, Ultimate Grey and Illuminating. It is hardly a surprise that two colours have been ruled as the official colours of the year. While colours play a major role in transporting us to a different mood, a combination of right colours is deemed powerful and transformative. An effectively blended colour combination creates an instant impact and ultimately makes a lasting statement. For hall interior colours ideas, choose a combination of dark grey and vibrant yellow accents for a bold look or create an accent wall in yellow and complement it with a vibrant white. Throw in some grey furnishings and textiles to complete the look.

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Colour Quotes For January 2021

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  • I prefer living in color.

    - David Hockney

  • With color one obtains an energy that seems to stem from witchcraft.

    - Henri Matisse

  • To me, beauty and makeup and color is like the finishing touch on everything.

    - Marc Jacobs

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Colour Tips For January 2021

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  1. home painting colours

    Harmonious colour combinations for your living space can be created using colours that are near in the visual spectrum and complement each other. To begin with, you can pick your favourite colour and combine it with another colour belonging to the nearby family in arrangement of shades on the colour wheel. If you’re thinking of getting house painting any time soon, choose colours of similar densities for a balanced look so one does not overpower the other. For example, pick a muted peach shade and complement it with an accent wall in a lovely pastel orange.

  2. house wall painting

    Choosing a colour palette for your new home can be exciting. The first thing you need to consider is the decor and furnishing you will be having in the space. The mood you wish to create will help you pick out colours for your new house painting. Eg: for industrial decor, colours like grey, black and white work best and for boho decor, pastels work best. Next, go room by room and work out the atmosphere you wish to create. Choose a base colour that you want to add to the majority of the house and then add accents in each room depending on the utility, function and existing decor.

  3. house painting

    When deciding on house wall painting colours, don’t skip the research on the paint finish and texture. The same colour can differ constitutionally from the other, depending on the finish- flat/matte, eggshell or sheen. You can also use a combination of the same colour in different finishes to create real impact and texture within a scheme. Try painting a stripe of sheen paint on a matte wall in the same colour to create a striking, textured look. This is a great way to highlight certain walls in the house and maintain a consistent colour scheme.

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