Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Rainbow rooms

When it comes to decorating, the thumb rule that designers follow is not to use more than two or three colours in a room. But what about those who love every colour of the rainbow? Well, the answer for them is the Rainbow room or what one may call a multi-coloured room.
 Do you have to limit your palette? The answer is “no!” Believe it or not, it is possible to bring a rainbow of options to your space. A mix of many colours can create a vibrant space that is  like a dose of happiness! Rainbow rooms are not only limited to kids’ rooms, adults too can enjoy multi coloured rooms, the key is making them stylish.
How do u tastefully incorporate a bevy of colours in one single room? Is it doable? I’d say Yes again. All u need to keep in mind are the following three points –
·      Firstly, what you need to do is limit clutter in the room. A multicoloured room needs to have a lot of open space for it to not look too overbearing.
·       Secondly, Reserve certain areas of the room for neutrals shades. Offset the rainbow of colours with a lot of white and creme.
·      Thirdly, limit the use of too many motifs. Rainbow rooms can quickly take a turn for the tacky. Try using more solid colours or one dominating pattern in addition to one or two smaller motifs.
Don't go overboard with decorating in a traditional 7-color rainbow because things in the room will become hard to look at with all those colours.
Add one detail at a time, and don’t be afraid to call it quits when the room has reached its colour limit. Follow these pointers, and you’re sure to find a pot of gold at the end of your design rainbow!

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