Colour is an important element in any home. Choose correctly and it can add unlimited style to your interior. Embrace it like an old friend and you’ll create the décor of your dreams.
You may balk at the idea of black in your home, but it can be a great way of adding contrast in your home. How about adding black picture frames in a white hallway for added interest?
Tie Rooms Together with the Same Colour
If you’re looking for cohesion throughout your home, we recommend using similar elements throughout to tie the look together. This could be a uniting colour scheme or theme.
A great way to unite rooms is by using the same flooring throughout to create the illusion of space. If you have a small home, it would be a good idea to use a pale flooring like the white laminate flooring found at https://www.woodfloorwarehouse.co.uk/laminate-flooring/white.html to encourage light reflection in your home.
It may sound strange to suggest you use maths in your home design, but interior designers have used percentages for years. The 60-30-10 rule works on the principle that you use your main colour 60% of the time, a secondary colour in 30% of your décor and 10% is attributed to an accent colour.
Remember that you can use these colours to tie adjoining rooms together. However, for a different look we recommend switching which colour you use as the dominant colour to keep your home looking fresh.