Bold Colors In Home Decor
Bold colors in home decor right now are being so popular. Why is that? Dark colors and bold colors are, well, bold. They can be scary, but they also make a statement. The use of bold colors in an interior just shows visitors that the homeowner has a bold and interesting personality. However you should pay attention in some conditions in order to create a perfect decor with these bold colors.
Bold Color in Bedroom
Tips of Bold Colors for Home Decor
Tip #1 for Decorating with Bold Colors: Mixing darks with lighter and brighter colors
Don’t use only dark colors in one room. Too much darkness in one room can make it feel like a dungeon, especially if the room is small and there isn’t much natural light coming in. Incorporate some light or bright colors into the space, as well. You want your bold color to make a statement, right? Use your dark colors sparingly, such as on an accent wall or in your accessories.
Bold Color in Kitchen
Tip #2 for Decorating with Bold Colors: Using bold colors as accents
You probably don’t want to overwhelm your guests with your favorite color, no matter how much you like it. This is beauty of accent colors; your main color may be a white, light, or neutral tone, but add little splashes of your favorite color as an accent, such as with a throw pillow, vase, or a piece of furniture to keep the room from becoming boring. Accent colors add interest to a space.
Tip #3 for Decorating with Bold Colors: Dark colors make a room seem smaller
As a general rule, the darker the color you use on your walls, the smaller the room will feel. Darker colors may help make a large, open room feel cozier, but they may overwhelm smaller rooms and cause them to feel smaller than they actually are. This is why most people shy away from using dark colors in small rooms and turn to whites, instead, to brighten them up. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t ever use dark or bold colors in small rooms – to keep all the white from becoming boring, throw in a couple darker accents with your lighter colors.
Purple Living Room Idea
Sure, people tend to lean more toward light and neutral colors in their interior decor, but there is nothing wrong with bold colors in home decor. Darker colors may be bold, and they definitely make a statement, but they aren’t all that frightening, after all. Bold colors add interest to your home and make it “your own”.