7 interiors with interesting color combinations
A good color combination is all an interior needs for its ambiance and aesthetic to thrive. If the contrast is good, then the interior takes on an amplified quality, but if it is not, then the space might seem lifeless and garish. The color scheme determines the relative structure of the space, as well as the ambiance of the style that you chose. Today, we will be looking at seven interiors that use an interesting color combination.
- Warm and bright
This creatively juxtaposed interior has large doses of both warm and cool colors, but it is the war part of the color scheme that actually prevails. That is partly due to the use of wooden textures and mellow, gold lighting that brings about a rather homely side in this entire setting. The blue sofa is a good contrast, as it is not to bright, but dull enough to fit in with the rest of the interior.
- Dull and duller
There is always a slightly underappreciated color contrast in almost all industrial interiors. The texture and colors of rough exposed bricks verses the color of dull cement highlighted by natural light is definitely easy on the eyes, but hard to complement with other colors. The interior below breaks conventions and embellished with bright, popping colors that would never have worked on paper.
- Beige, brown and red
All dull colors in any interior scheme need variant hues in order to provide a successful interior scheme. In the interior below, you can see just how the brown of the wooden furniture highlights against the soft beige of the walls, while that single, small strip of red provides a single bright element to the mix.
- Rainbow on white
White is literally a blank canvas it can be sublimated in an interior scheme by using forceful contrast. In the interior below, that contrast comes in the form of a twister game carpet with multi colored buttons which provides a breath of fresh air in the otherwise drab side of the interior.
- Contemporary sidekicks
Any contemporary setting demands a lush, vibrant interior scheme, and the image below is the perfect shoe-in, with its carefully dispersed red and blues against a white foreground.
- Subdued and not
This interior scheme takes its burgundies very seriously. The careful tonal dissonance of each hue against the grey backdrop provides and elegant and sophisticated outlook that fits just the perfect industrial style interior bill.
- All dull
Sometimes, a singularly dull color scheme can work on its own if it has the right lighting accompaniment. The foreground of natural light in this interior acts as a general highlighter for its decidedly drab color scheme, and manages to make it work.