By Shobukobar. Interior Design. At Sunday, December 15th 2019, 06:22:18 AM.
Contrast too, is a good way to bring out a blue. "Generally speaking, blue loves contrast," agrees Amy. The sharp juxtapositioning of cobalt paintwork with white trim and architraves is a classic. "Think neutrals like white tones and oatmeal, or richer colours such as mustard," she advises. Opposite shades on the colour wheel such as raspberry reds and corals can look terrific with shades of blue too, depending on your scheme.
If your minimalistic side is not onboard with bright, crayon-like colors, consider mixing things up with abstract prints and sophisticated shades. A pale blue sofa anchors this bohemian-inspired living room by Logan Killen Interiors. Pillows and two Memphis print chairs spice things up with soft hues and colorful patterns.
An open living space can have its benefits – great light and a sense of spaciousness. However, even an open living space needs a little organization to function well. Create a simple lightweight room divider with an open shelving unit. You can use high units or low units, either will create definition, without making your living space feel smaller. It will also provide great storage. Place larger storage items at the bottom of the shelving unit and lightweight objects above to keep that open feel.