Purple is the star color in a lot of the most popular palettes for 2015, but it certainly isn’t alone – bold colors in general have been becoming much more common with the shift away from more traditional color schemes.
(PRWEB) February 27, 2015
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Choosing and coordinating a color scheme is one of the most challenging aspects of overhauling a room, especially for anyone that wasn’t born with a good eye for color. Getting it right is going to be especially challenging in 2015, with bold colors and diverse palettes dominating this years trends. HomeThangs.com has introduced a guide to navigating some of this year’s more unusual color schemes, as well as practical inspiration for how to make these vivid color combinations work.
Gem tones and other bold colors feature heavily in many of the trendiest palettes this year, but the most popular colors – including turquoise, orchid, and orange – are particularly hard to work with, and definitely aren’t for the faint of heart. HomeThangs.com’s new guide includes tips for how to incorporate, combine, and soften these colors, and how to transform choices that might seem to intense on paper into something that can look really lovely in practice. Using contrast, complimentary colors, and multiple tints, tones, and shades within the same color family can all help create a unique and unified design, even when working with the most intense and challenging colors.
For a detailed look at this year’s top color trends, including examples of homes that really make them work, check out the full article here.
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