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We often oversee colors at the time of interior design. Color plays an essential role in our lives. It is a visual language understood throughout the world. When you try to communicate something through interior design, the best way to do it is through color. The interior design is highly dependent on the color scheme as it is the most important factor of interior design.

We see a lot of warm serene color hues from soft pastel tones to serene blues and greys to create a calm base from where we can further decorate our home.

Each color can completely transform a room. It can set the tone of the room, the mood, the general ambiance. It also has the power to give the illusion of space or to make a space seem smaller than it actually is.


Grey is the versatile and much-loved neutral and teamed with zingy yellows it can create an energizing feel to a room that works with any style.

The selection of two independent colors highlight how different elements come together to express a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting, conveying the idea that it’s not about one color it’s about more than one.


The cool paint color – Aegean Teal is known for its ability to add balance and calm to spaces, whether used on cabinetry, walls or woodwork.

As we spend more time at home, it’s important to create a space that feels warm and welcoming.

Aegean Teal teams beautifully with neutrals, like warm beiges and soft cream hues. The amount of natural light it receives will change the color, too, switching from a fresh, cool hue in bright light to a richer, muted blue-toned gray in moodier spaces.


A warm, sophisticated bronze, the color inspires all of us to create a sanctuary space for mindful reflection and renewal – something we all aspire to at present.

It is a rich anchor that grounds the mind in calm and stability with its ties to the natural world.


Pastels are inviting, uplifting and effortless to decorate with, so it’s no surprise that pink is now seen as an interiors neutral. This versatile hue adds freshness when used alongside classic furniture and impact in a more contemporary setting. Quite simply, it’s a pink for grown-ups.


A shade that’s always been popular in the world of interiors, soft blue is set to be spring’s color. Powder Blue, has the quality of being both soothing and invigorating and offers plenty of design versatility. Used with crisp white, it creates a calming coastal feel, while as one block of color it can be an enveloping breath of fresh air.


Green reflects a growing desire to understand what it is to be human at a time when advances in technology are making us feel increasingly disconnected from each other.

Green is a color created organically within nature, it’s a color that connects us to the environment, which many find soothing. This is a shade that works especially well in an urban, technology heavy home to create an earthiness and counteract the feeling of the ‘artificial’.


Warm tones of clay and terracotta make a palette that is purely natural. Paired with darker accents they create a scheme that champions imperfection and celebrates the handmade. The look is relaxed, simple, fluid colors working in harmony, mixing and blending into each other.’

Aim for an unrefined and rustic aesthetic to nail this trend, which is comforting and enveloping. Simple and versatile, the earthy palette works in any space, whether it’s a rustic kitchen or contemporary bedroom, and is particularly effective when combined with an ombre or sponge technique.


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