By Marlene Ghyslain. Bedroom. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 14:42:36 PM.
There’s a difference between ‘contrasting’ and ‘clashing’. The combination of colours you use in the bedroom need to convey a sense of order and balance. Bear this in mind when picking out bedding and other textiles.
The colours we choose to decorate our homes with can greatly effect our moods and emotions, and you may not even be aware of it. While colours such as red evoke instant thoughts of love and passion, it can also create different moods that we may not know about. We spend so much of our lives in bed, so the room we see ourselves in for a third of every day should be full of positive energy, which can easily be created using different colours, depending our your personality.
Something a little more moody, this bedroom in tones of blue, purple and grey mixes the energy created by these three colours into one room that looks cosy and snug, and conducive to a good night's rest. Purple has been associated with royalty, luxury, magic and mystery, spirituality, peace and wisdom.
In the past, wallpaper would be used on every single surface, to create a cohesive and contained finish, but now, something far more exciting is occurring. Instead of having to commit to wall-to-wall sameness, people are increasingly following the lead of inspired interior designers and choosing to use wallpaper on one single surface, as a dramatic focal point and central feature.
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