By Emeric Eve. Interior Decoration. Published at Friday, May 18th, 2018 - 05:27:22 AM.
Color blocking is no stranger to the design world, but it is still a fresh, modern twist on combining colors. Three or four colors tends to look best in color blocking – enough to give each color a respectable piece of the color block pie, but not so many that the chunks become overly fragmented. For a true budget watcher, you can DIY any number of of color blocked pieces, small and large.
Not only does this allow a lovely accessory to be seen (which doesn’t usually happen when the piece is lying flat), but it also helps to infuse a space with a more casual air. This is useful in a home where surfaces and colors tend to be minimal or cold.
This is a cheap decorating tip that applies to any season, any space. Add immediate visual interest by mixing up prints and patterns. Plaid and floral, stripe and ikat, dot and geometric. Keep at least one quality of the patterned pieces similar, such as scale, color family, shape, etc., for the mix to appear harmonious rather than chaotic.
While these colours are relatively close in paternity, there’s enough difference in their colour temperatures to make them good partners for each other. You can maintain a sort of monochromatic aesthetic with these two hues, which adds to the sense of calm and serenity but takes away the potential for blandness. That’s a decorating win-win.
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