Many people think of gray as a "safe" color, but that is not true at all! Grey isn't a color that a lot of people choose to use in their home decor. But with gray, it's possible to create either brilliant or truly awful interiors. Used well, the color gray can lend interiors an elegant formality that is subtle without being overly conservative.
It is the color if you want to create an air of calm, understated confidence. For gray to have this psychological impact, it's best combined with whites and other neutrals. Gray can be a wonderful background color for other, more intense colors. If you get the right shade of gray and stir it into a more adventurous room color scheme, it will make the other colors "sing".
Purple in history has been long associated with mystery, wealth, and wisdom by royalty and those in higher power. From deep royal purple to lilac fresh light purple, the color is gorgeous in your home and décor. The color purple has feng shui and meditation connections and makes your home feel more powerful and secure. Have you ever noticed a lot of professional sports teams use the color purple as their dominant color? Purple can symbolize power and those who know how to use it in their homes can have a home of strength and security. Here are tips to bringing the color purple into your home décor.
This welcoming home in shades of gray, green and pink used to be a two level industrial building. Luckily, it recently went to a complete make-over and now it looks like a vivid and playful crib. It is amazing how adding a little color can completely turn around the way a home feels. This was probably what the designers had in mind when filling this place up with colorful decorating elements such as fluffy pillows on the floor, small rugs and tiny rustic containers.