Monday, April 15, 2013

Decorating Colors and How to Use Them

 Orange. An often-forgotten color, orange can instantly warm up a room in even the subtlest accents. From tangerine to coral, a shade of orange can work in your home. - Contemporary Living Room by North Vancouver Interior Designer Maria Killam 
Purple. Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces. Contemporary Kitchen by Oakland Architect Mercedes Corbell Design + Architecture
White. Sometimes sticking to the basics is your best bet. Don't dismiss white as boring — when used right, it can make an incredible statement. Modern Bedroom by Naples Interior Designer Joie Wilson
Brown. Although beige tends to get a bad rap, there's a reason this color is so popular: It's hard to get wrong. Use a lighter shade for more soothing spaces and venture into dark chocolate browns to mix things up. 
Contemporary Family Room by San Francisco Interior Designer Mark Newman Design

Pink. Although it's a favorite choice for little girls' rooms, pink can still feel grown up and sophisticated. This cheerful hue can brighten rooms of many styles. 
Traditional Bedroom by Brooklyn Architect CWB Architects -

NB: all these colors(shades) are available at Homez Deco - Dulux Paints....

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