The world of interior design is never bereft of ideas, and if you are a custom homeowner or are planning to build a custom home, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Each aspect of your home contributes to the final product that you will enjoy. As such, matters such as the colors you choose to incorporate into your house require careful consideration. This post will show you how you can use color blocking to make your home beautiful.
Initially, color blocking came as a fashion trend in which outfits would be composed of different colors. With time, this trend has been incorporated into the home interior design as the following post explains:
Colour Block Your Home Not Just Your Outfit
While color blocking has been a big trend in fashion for quite a while, it’s just starting to take off in the world of decor. The idea is to use contrasting blocks of color, and the same rules tend to apply to both fashion and interiors: stick to just two or three bold colors, and colors in the same family tend to work best together.
The trend can be used to create both sophisticated and fun looks, and while it is perhaps most stunning in dazzling color combinations, it is not all about striking contrasts and looks beautiful in subtle, monochromatic versions, too. In other words, the possibilities are endless. Read more at Good Times TV…
The great thing about color blocking is that you get to have all your favorite colors arranged in a precise way that brings out the best in your home.
Color blocking isn’t limited to the walls, as some might assume. If you are an adventurous person, or you’re looking for a fresh new look, why not try out color-blocked furniture, as the following post describes:
Color-Blocked Pillows Are Cool, But Color-Blocked Furniture Is Cooler
It’s no secret that we’re very into color-blocked decor right now. Last year’s holiday gift guide was chock-full of multicolored, geometric pieces; Clever editor Sydney Wasserman recently gave a shout-out to abstract throws, and then we fell head over heels for Anthropologie’s graphic spring collection. Lately, our color-blocking obsession has grown bigger—color-blocked pillows and towels are well and good, but we want color-blocked furniture. Read more at Architectural Digest…
Sometimes you just need to step out of your comfort zone so that you discover the myriad of opportunities you have to make your home the most desirable place to be.
It is said that the kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in the house and any work done in it will benefit everyone, when compared to a bedroom, for instance. Here are some color-blocking ideas for your kitchen:
Trend Spotting: Colorblocking in the Kitchen
Colorblocking, which has been a trend in fashion and in home decor for quite some time now, has finally made its way to the kitchen, and I, for one, could not be more excited. Any kind of color in the kitchen is welcome, of course, but there’s something especially appealing about these playful panes of color coming together. Here are a few of my favorite examples. Read more at Apartment Therapy…
There’s so much you can do with colors, and you don’t have to settle for just anything. Let it be articulate color blocking. One that brings out the inspiration you need in any room of your house. However, the truth is that the best works are done by the professionals, and as you plan for your color-blocked custom home, you’d be wise to work with the experts.
If you are in Charlotte, NC or Fort Mill, SC and you’re looking for a residential construction company you can trust to transform your ideas into realities, then Oz Custom Home Builders is the company to work with. Our experience of over 10 years has given us the experience we need to handle luxury homes, custom office space, and other special-use spaces.
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