The cycle of the season is still one of the pleasures of life on our planet, or the young poet said, "I'm glad to live in the changes of the seasons - I love to redesign my world." Sit back and organise your new winter in the world with an overlaying colour effect in the cold months ahead.
Not all companies paint release palette of some free seasonal colours. It was noted that "With the interior, they often have to work pallets that can withstand changes in colour and colours that do not have the same durability as accessories and furniture." However, some colours and combinations can make you feel safe, secured and warm this winter. For example, the reddish and lush green and navy offer a cosy, comfort to feel and work well during these times.
Tip 1 Dark secrets
Do not be afraid of the dark. In the last few years, there has been a strong trend of darker colour for the interior, an excellent choice of winter. "They create an environment that cannot be achieved with bright colours, especially as a base for active equipment. To add drama and sophistication and the reverberation of retro glamour combined with hot metallic flair for interest and contrast. “To avoid the creation of an atmosphere of cave lighting, it seems to bring depth and intensity to dramatic darkness. These fashion shades are ideal for home theatre rooms and space used at night such as bedrooms and living room. Come with beautiful light and pale accents to life as bedding is here to reward them.
Tip 2 Winter Blues
Visually warming your home does not necessarily mean a lot of warm colours. Blue is not just a beach house in the summer - it is a relaxing and soothing colour that encourages relaxation. Rich, intense blue colours, as shown in the latest colour charts can add a sense of luxury to the casing of the room, even when velvety to touch and contrast with metallic gold accents of matter.
Underwater Tunnel painting by Julie Rekha
Tip 3 Neutral nuances/ colours
There is a new neutral in the home and a surprise candidate for rooms in the winter. It has neutral green hues and is more rewarding, it’s not that "Thoughts of neutral greens that wild leaves of green eucalyptus - along with light and dark forests, plenty of vegetation and hot copper and copper accessories one aspect of the winter is taking instructions of nature - no seasonal winter.
Working with neutral
If your heart lies in a neutral range of creamy white, pebbly, light brown, ivory biscuits and then you know how beautiful and the colour match the sunny summer days. In the dark days, but ... well, they can use some help. It has to warm up some tips things a bit. "There is a change in the use of bronze tones materials such as leather, suede and wood, bringing warmth to the interior," he says. "The introduction of plants is an important focus today to add the earthy, organic expression. The bold terracotta tones and soft furnishings appear in the old rose. "
Tip 4 Grey Matter
Grey – all fifty shades of it - enjoyed a very long moment of glory, and that for good reason, one of the most versatile colours which is admitted to being a bit cold and industrial. But there is grey, and then there are hues of grey, so go look at the warm end of the spectrum as an alternative winter. It was changed from dark grey to warmer tone that has more yellow and brown shades. This grey creates a wide range of colours for housing a neutral base.
Blush painting by Julie Rekha
Tip 5 The Right Paintings
Art, art, art! Yes, a painting can evoke a sense of comfort during these chilly winter months when the sky is darkening on us. Not only does it bring beauty and character to your home but it can truly reflect your personal style. A painting or drawing of a beautiful landscape is like a window when placed in a spot that has minimal light. The combination of earthy warm hues and green, for example, can really be inviting. Also, don’t be afraid to explore bright coloured artworks in the cosiest rooms! Remember, when gazing into a beautiful piece, it can make you feel happy and lift your mood so go ahead and choose the art you love.
Paintings by Julie Rekha at Grounded XO Cafe, Dulwich Hill