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The use of dazzling, vibrant hues in home decor has become increasingly popular, but a neutral palette will always be timeless. Neutral tones don’t have to be bland, in fact this scheme can make a statement on its own. For example, a black and white color scheme is daring, yet easy on the eyes. If you want to add dimension and interest to a neutral color scheme then it is important to incorporate accents and bold lines. What are some ways you can add depth and character to a neutral palette?
Check out the tips below.
- Enticing Textures
When accenting neutrals we often use bold colors. However, we can’t forget about an important element of design; texture. Yes, texture is what shapes an interior. You can use this element to create a regal look or add a playful tone. Suede and leather create an air of luxury and sophistication. Bamboo and other types of wood lend to a relaxed tone. When selecting different types of textures to use, consider the kind of mood you want to set for the space.
- Dazzling Lighting Scheme
In a neutral palette, lighting is everything. Illuminate your rich, neutrals tones with adequate lighting. Strategic positioning of your lighting sources is essential because you can enhance aspects of the room or worsen it, depending on where you place them. Incorporate layered lighting as well as natural lighting for an open and airy feel.
- Anything Glitzy
Use metallic accents to enhance a neutral tone room. Shades of gold, silver, and copper can be used to make the room pop. The options are endless. From a glossy gold vase, an elegant chandelier or timeless chairs layered with your accent accessories. You can contrast with your Metallics. However, make sure you don’t overdo it because metal can be overwhelming.
- Geometric Patterns
Besides texture and metallics, you can contrast with a variety of geometric patterns. We often design our interiors without giving much thought to lines, so many tend to stick with straight-lined decorations. When adding depth to a neutral palette you should use different shapes. It can be a curved back chair, an oval shaped coffee table or an oddly shaped accessory; such shapes add tremendous aesthetic value.