Home Interior / June 19, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
Color should always support the theme. Many times, the colors that are most appropriate are found in the patterns and design of your inspiration piece. Generally, it's best to choose three colors in a room: a dominant color, used for walls, carpeting and fabric backgrounds; a secondary color, found throughout the room in fabrics and accessories; and an accent color, used sparingly to give energy and excitement to the room.
The easiest way by far to decorate is to start with some source of inspiration. A decorative pillow, a favorite scarf and even a magazine photo are good places to begin. Select your inspiration piece wisely, and be sure it makes you feel good when you look at it. It's the basis for selecting your theme, colors, patterns and textures.
Here’s one of the basic tenets of good interior design the colour scheme can make a big difference. This is especially true in the case of smaller living spaces such as apartments and condominium units as the space can look bigger or smaller depending on the colors incorporated into the interior design. Apart from catering to the taste of the owner and making the space aesthetically pleasing, choosing the right colors can also affect the mood of the occupant.
Picking a colour scheme for your unit requires careful consideration of a various factors and aspects, including but not limited to the size of your unit, the type of artificial lighting used, and even the amount of natural light. To make interior design less daunting and more enjoyable, we have compiled a number of tips that you can use in finding the right color palette for your condo unit.
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