5 neat ways to introduce multiple colors in your interior
Sharp contrasting is one of the linchpins of good interior designs. You have to train your eye to differentiate between the different variable that are derivative of the applications of various color schemes come together. Sometimes, the combinations that good look in your head comes off as pretty adversary in reality and the combinations that did not appeal to you get the best hands-on treatment. Imbuing multiple colors in your interiors requires a firm knowledge of materials and how they will represent the color scheme that you’ve started compiling in your mind. Below, we’ll be looking at some neat ways you could introduce multiple colors in your interiors without any setbacks.
- Puzzle it out
Asymmetric formations are the best way to play with various colors in a single dimension and one of the best ways to accomplish that is by using mosaics as the material of choice. They are available in different shapes and sizes and allow the client the choice of using multiple colors in a single stroke without looking out of place, overwhelmingly large and contrived.
- Find the One
Once in while you come up with a color scheme that is a unique play on color-combination. When that happens, you have to find the best surface in your interior that could carry out that idea. It could be the floor, the walls, or even the ceiling. As you can see in the image below, the right surface for this particular multiple-color application is the ceiling.
- Go for subtlety
If the multiple-colored scheme in your head is loud and more vibrant than the rest of your interior, then try to implement it in subtle ways. In the image below, that particular subtle way is by creating a colorful terrace extension – subtle but also sleek ; and sidelined enough to not mess with the actual interior space.
- Find a creative outlet
If the color scheme in your mind is too outlandish for the desired aesthetic and overall look in your head, then find another creative outlet for your ideas. Children’s room is as good as any a place to let out all your imaginative turmoil and go wild with a funky color scheme in the process.
- Pair subdued with bold
One of the rules to follow while scouting your main color scheme is that you should always pair the brighter end of your color scheme with a dull one. The idea is to create a balanced aesthetic that is not entirely out of the bounds of the norm. If you look at the image below, you will see how the designers have used creative colors in one aspect of the interior – the furniture and accessories – while designing the other one in restrained colors.