An accent wall can be coloured according to your colour scheme; red, green, or even purple if it’s a den or office. And for the less adventurous, a brown accent wall can be added to a beige room to provide a contrast that stands out but without the boldness of colour. Bright colours, for the less adventurous, should be used as accents. A red lamp shade or a red throw, or some red and orange pillows on a grey couch would add a bit of flare to the colour scheme without having a bright red couch or a large red area rug. Light coloured couches are good for the less adventurous, since lighter colours are paired with them.
For the more adventurous, a dark brown or red couch can be added to a room with an accent wall. This behooves wildly patterned accent pillows that will really make the couch, and essentially the entire room pop. Adding fresh flowers to a dull or dark room can also give it colour while brightening it without natural sunshine. A room that has natural sunshine can benefit from flowers on a table or in the window sill. They’re always a welcome sight when put in the front door where people see them instantly upon entering the home.
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A great addition to the walls is invisible shelves. Instead of having a bookshelf or entertainment centre, adding a shelf that is mounted to the wall can make a small room seem like there is more space while still allowing you to have all the trinkets or books on the walls. Depending on the colour, a room can look more open such as with beige, or smaller such as with black.
Adding colour to a room in the form of accents can also highlight parts of a room, such as a red kettle on the stove in an otherwise bleak kitchen. Fresh flowers and invisible walls are a great addition to small or dark rooms. Designing a home is made simple with only a few basic changes.
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