By Emeric Eve. Interior Decoration. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 01:47:43 AM.
While bookcases tend to be used for their namesake – books – a good way to add a designer aesthetic is to mix other objects with the books. Leather-bound and antiqued volumes pair nicely with wood-potted plants. Paperbacks look well with abstract sculpture. Bold spine backs may be well balanced with white ceramics.
When a colour combination involves two heavy hitters in the saturation department, it’s a good idea to surround them with plenty of enveloping neutrals to maintain a nice balance. This colour combination is deliciously electrifying and provides plenty of stimulation in a neutral-loving space.
Wallpaper can be a budget-buster, but if you choose a small wall to accent, you’ll get a designer look for much less expense. Postage stamp-sized powder rooms, laundry rooms, and other spaces that tend to lean toward the utilitarian are particularly good spaces to beautify with unexpected wallpapering.
We’re all probably pretty familiar with classic colour combinations (black and white, anyone?), as well as those pairings that have had major popularity over the past decade or two (grey and bright yellow come to mind). And, with colours, it can often feel like everything’s been done before. But there’s still hope! You can achieve a perfectly fresh, contemporary colour combination in your interior decorating with a little creativity and willingness to look outside the box. Here are some great new colour combination ideas for your modern décor plans. Enjoy!
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