If you find your living room designs slipping into bland predictability, then save your room with a burst of color! More than just visual indulgence, color lends character to your room defining it through the vibes and play it brings to it. However, when it comes to playing with color, the more may not always be the merrier, as things can get out of hand just as easily. Therefore how you introduce color is just as vital as what colors you bring to your space. Here are a few simple steps to follow when bringing color to your collection of fresh living room decorating ideas.
1. Add Pops of Color
From throws and cushions to a delicately patterned side table, use individual elements to bring color to your space. These allow you to bring more color to your scheme without upsetting the balance of your design. Stay away from splashing too many colors on the dominant elements- such as a sofa or bed, or even the backdrop- as this can visually overwhelm the space; with these stick to a color (or two at the most) that offers a strong canvas for you to paint on.
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Designed by Gill Walsh
2. Add some Flower Arrangements or Flowering Branches
Nature is a great source of color, texture and fresh living room decorating ideas. Flower arrangements are a timeless way of sprucing up your space and its color quotient. But do not be limited by the typical- try new and more innovative methods of bringing the life and colors of nature indoors- whether potted or unpotted. From indoor trees to delicate flowering spring blossoms- the possibilities truly are endless.
via Laura Ashley
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3. Add some Wall Art
Wall art can be used to reinforce your existing décor scheme or to add some variety to it- colorfully speaking that is. If you like to keep your space and furnishings neat, tidy and uncomplicated, then wall art is the perfect accompaniment for your living room when bringing a burst of color to it. You could go bold with a full height mural or compose a smart selection of framed vintage prints to strike the right note in your space; whatever your medium of expression, do not forget to take the existing color palette, theme and scale into account.
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