4 ways to use Dulux Colour of the Year in your bedroom
Jul 11, 2020
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Getting right with the room décor ideas won’t be possible until you understand the effect and personality of a colour. Once you know what effect your colour preference is going to have in the home environment, you can come up with an excellent master bedroom design, living room design, as well as kitchen and bathroom designs. You can try room décor ideas as per your choice, but only after checking the personality of the colour if it’s the right shade or not.
Before starting your painting work, one more thing you need to decide is if you want a light shade or a dark one to create a unique master bedroom design. If you want your accent wall in a dark colour, choose the lightest shades for adjacent walls, but if the accent wall is a neutral tone, choose the lightest natural colours for adjacent walls.
Your room design should have at least three colours: a light, medium and dark colour as these three different shades are going to form the foundation of house design. Light colours will be perfect to use as a background so the largest area should be covered in any of the light shade(s). The medium tone should be on accent walls as it creates a canvas for all the objects and elements you incorporate in your room decor ideas. And the darkest tone should be used in the floor and furnishings.
If your house has an open floor plan and one room flow into another, use a dark tone as the main colour for accent walls and to have a flowing effect, paint a shade or two deeper or lighter in the adjacent room. For living rooms with open dining spaces, use different tones of the same colour to define each area separately while maintaining the visual connection. For this purpose, you can choose black with white, but don’t go with too much black. Black accent in tits and bits are enough to define any white or similar to white shade.
For creating a distinct master bedroom design, select a colour scheme having a calm, cosy and romantic effect. For this purpose, pink can work well because it’s a tranquil colour.
For a relaxing serene effect, you choose lime or dark green with grey. And to have a rich and glam shine on the wall, paint it in royal blue or dark purple with any light shade close to white or grey. Or to have a sense of calmness and serenity, you can also choose the relaxing tone of lilac.
To have a beautiful, balanced, and stable colour, you just need to choose colours that have similar strength and value.