Colour Facts For October 2021

Colour Facts
  1. Mushrooms aren’t limited to the widely popular brown or white portobello and button varieties. In nature, you will see plenty of hues of this fungi, from greens to blues to pinks. In fact, mushrooms can be combined with other ingredients to create just about any colour in the rainbow. Mushrooms were often used as a natural dye before the introduction of synthetic versions. If you’re looking for living room wall paint inspiration, earthy tones of mushroom can make for a delightful neutral colour palette to break the monotony.

  2. The choice of home colour trends for 2021-2022 is based on the common feeling that people now want their homes to satisfy five fundamental emotional requirements i.e. comfort, privacy, belonging, security and ownership. To meet this need, colours that give warmth, comfort and calmness have been the preferred choice. From new generation neutrals that aren’t restricted to black and white to soothing shades of pastels to hues inspired from nature itself, with these colour combinations, a complete home is created, with room for aesthetics and functionality both.

  3. From landscapes to living rooms, plants with lush green leaves beautify our world and homes. But sometimes, despite your best efforts, you will notice plant leaves turn yellow. Also known as chlorosis, yellowing of leaves happens when something is interfering with the chlorophyll in the plant, the pigment behind the green colour. This can be because of several reasons like over watering, under watering, root damage, lack of nutrients or poor drainage. By reading the signs and taking the right steps, you can remedy yellow leaves and prevent them from returning.

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Colour Quotes For October 2021

Colour Quotes
  • When you want to make the main color pure and bright, don’t just keep adding bright colors on it. Just make the colors around the spot darker and dull. It will give the scene dramatical effects. I think the life is the same.

    - Cecily Brown

  • If you hear a voice within you say you cannot paint, then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced.

    - Pablo Picasso

  • I don’t paint dreams or nightmares, I paint my own reality.

    - Edgar Degas

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Colour Tips For October 2021

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  1. Hanging art on your walls is easy. Choosing the right wall painting colour that complements it is the hard part. The colour you paint your wall is just as important as the frame you select. If you are showcasing bold graphic pieces, opt for a gray wall paint. However, if your artwork is more graphic and includes some geometry, contrasting backdrop will be more suited. You can also choose a colour from the artwork for the walls. However, keep in mind that dark walls make a painting look lighter, so choose wisely.

  2. If you’re on the lookout for the best exterior paints available in the market today, you will need to consider a few features. If you live in an area that sees high rainfall or humidity, the paint will need to protect from these elements. Similarly, if you live in a city or a developing area, the paint will need to protect from dust. Berger WeatherCoat Long Life 10 is designed for heavy rainfall regions that provides excellent protection to exterior walls from environmental and climate issues. Moreover, it comes with a 10-year performance warranty, ensuring total peace of mind.

  3. Whatever exterior wall paints and colours you choose, it will only look good if it blends with the surroundings. Especially for people living close to nature or greenery, like the beach or hilly regions, can draw inspiration from the elements of the natural world. Cool colours work best for hilly regions since it matches the lushness and greenery around. For a coastal region, colours inspired by the ocean and the beach will work well. A colour combination of light terracotta and white, olive green and beige and gray and white work well for Indian exterior homes.

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