Indicative of the fashion trends, this palette offers a glittery, theatrical look. Rooms using this palette offer deep, dramatic tones with colorful flourishes. Gold tones offer a glimmering finale to any of the color combinations. The Fashion palette offers the rich tones of cranberry red dahlia, purple and green amber, blue and magenta Corsica opaque.
[/one_half] [one_half_last] The colors of this palette speak of attention to detail and drama when translated into interiors. Like the rich velvet draperies of a stage, this palette offers the ability to design interiors that can be theatrical in nature, displaying fashionable or whimsical flourishes, but always done with tasteful finesse. You can see the artistic creation as red dahlia and blackberry cordial combine with wood violet offset by the rich gold accents. You can continue the decorative script with amber green, corsican blue meets and linden green, with the sparkle and glimmer of gold for the final finishing touch.
But as I said before – with any trend, think before you jump in. Color trends can be great, but how does the color make you feel? Just because it’s a “hot” color, doesn’t mean it’s the right one for you. Understand the psychology of the colors you are choosing, and whether they are the right colors for your room.
Corsican Blue Decor
Psychology of Colors
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