Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 07:53:53 AM. Sofa. By Gunnel Schneider.
If you want the sofa to stand out from the rest of the room’s décor but you still want to somehow rely to it, you can choose a color that’s complementary to the accent shades you’ve used throughout the room. For example, here we have a green sofa. It has two red lamps flanking it on the sides and a painting with red background placed just above it.
Our final example once more shows us how a color that’s not vibrant or bold, a color such as grey, can be the center of attention given the right décor. the grey sectional is the focal point of this family room and the rest of the room is decorated in bright shades, white being the main color.
In this case, for example, the sofa coordinates with the flooring and the cabinets in the kitchen. The leather has a texture that’s quite similar to that of the wood. By choosing this shade of beige, you allow the sofa to seamlessly fit into the décor. Also, notice that the accent pillows on the sofa coordinate with the furniture as well, more exactly with the chairs and the coffee table.
It’s no surprise that color is a main component of how we experience the world around us. But, what may be surprising to some is the fact that that the colors in our environment have a definitive effect on or moods and emotions. As you begin to conceptualize your home’s interior design, make sure that you are using colors in ways that fit with the tone you want to create in the space.