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How to introduce colour into your home

Updated: Jan 23

Paint brushes covered in colourful paint.
Image credit: Rhonda K

Your home is your canvas, and one of the most effective ways to make it uniquely yours is through the use of colour. Whether you prefer a bold and vibrant atmosphere or a subtle and soothing one, colour can transform your living spaces and reflect your personality. Here are some simple yet impactful ways to introduce colour into your home, allowing you to create an inviting and visually appealing environment:

Play with Textiles

Textiles are a versatile way to introduce colour into your home. Experiment with colourful curtains, rugs, and tablecloths. Even your choice of bedding can make a big difference in a bedroom's colour scheme. Mixing and matching different textures and patterns can create a dynamic and visually appealing look.

Decorative Accessories

Small decorative items like vases and candles can add pops of colour to your space without overwhelming it. These accessories can be rotated seasonally to keep your home feeling fresh and vibrant. Consider arranging them in clusters or as focal points on shelves and coffee tables.

Colourful Gallery Wall
Credit: Steph Wilson

Wall Art and Prints

Wall art and prints provide an excellent opportunity to infuse colour into your living spaces. Choose artwork that resonates with you and complements your existing decor. Large, colourful canvases or a gallery wall of diverse prints can be striking focal points in your home.

Colourful Kitchen and Dining

In the dining area, brighten up the space with colourful table linens, dinnerware, or vibrant chairs. A colourful kitchen can be both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

Introducing colour into your home doesn't have to be a daunting task. If you’re feeling unsure, start small with these suggestions and add more when you feel comfortable. Your home should reflect your personality and make you feel happy every time you walk through the door, and colour is a powerful tool to achieve that. If you’d like help in finding your perfect colour palette, get in touch and let’s discuss how I can help you.

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