BRIGHT, BUT DISCREET
If your bedroom is already very bright due to its orientation and its large window, paint it instead of pure white in an off-white to avoid uncomfortable glare. This is what the decor designers did here, to provide a bedroom with light but in a restrained way.
White radiates purity, neatness, and serenity; It never goes out of style and stimulates the creative imagination. In addition, it is the brightest color, since it reflects up to 80% of light, and the one that highlights the decoration pieces the most. It is perfect for small spaces because, by raising the ceilings and moving the walls away, it visually enlarges them, and if you combine it with pickled wood, to make it warmer, it can also be used in large ones. Pure, broken, in an almond tone, white combines with all other colors; with grays or sands, for example, it brings a sense of elegance.
DARE WITH A WHITE SOFA
Painting the walls, ceiling and floor white create a bouncing effect that intensifies clarity. If, in addition, you choose light fabrics and white furniture, painted or lacquered in white, the luminosity will be total.
SAND, THAT TIMELESS COLOR
Sober, mutable, versatile, and elegant, the sand color, or earth gray as I call it, is an ‘all-rounder’ – affirms the interior designer. Ideal for any space in which harmony, visual relaxation, and highlighting the other decorative elements are sought. It is neither classic nor modern, it is timeless. It is full of nuances.
IN SOFT CREAM
If you don’t like the taste of milk alone, add a drizzle of coffee to it and that’s something else! This is what happened to this room, the interior designer Marta Tobella has painted it in a soft cream tone that softens the environment and makes it more welcoming. Bet on him because he will give a lot to talk about! Fiber and wood give it warmth and green details, freshness.
GRAY, SUPER BRIGHT
Gray is perfect for large and open-plan rooms, but also small rooms because it expands them, Our color chart includes two shades of light gray: grisaille, which is a warm gray, composed with ocher, red, and earth pigments and patina gray, somewhat cooler, created with blues, greens, and black. Both are ideal for areas with direct sunlight and light, and both harmonize with practically all colors. For example, white and light stones create a balanced and calm atmosphere. With roses, romantic and with reds, yellows or intense blues, current.
THE BEIGE TRANSFORMS WITH THE LIGHT
The sand color maintains the balance between grays and ocher at the right point, and that gives it the necessary neutrality to combine with more striking colors, such as red, green, or blue. It is especially sensitive to clarity and it transforms radically, depending on the strength and type of light that falls on its surface, taking on greenish, bluish, and purple tones depending on its surroundings. That is why it looks good anywhere.
TURQUOISE GREEN, HOW COOL!
Using the color green to renovate the living room and give it a joyful look, which takes us back to nature and helps us recharge our batteries is an excellent proposal. The interior designer has used a Provencal green in this kitchen that transmits freshness and that informal touch, so summer!
SAILOR BLUE IS SO RELAXING!
Do you want to give your children’s bedroom light and that navy air that they like so much? Paint the walls white and blue, just like decorator and Home Staging expert Dara Díaz has done here. The lower strip, like a wainscot, also acts as a headboard and the upper strip gives the blue the clarity it needs.