Fashion Meets Interior Design: Color block Furniture

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Who’s up for some color? Color is present in everything we have since the t-shirt that we put on the morning to the phone case we have for our cellphone, so for today, we bring colors for fashion and interior décor. Let’s see what happen when fashion meets interior design. Color is the essence of a happy modern style.  The palette for color blocked furniture and accessories is made by tones like mango, dark turquoise, and chartreuse.

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color block
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Fashion Meets Interior Design Color block

Source: LineStudio

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color block

Source: Dulux

Source: Valentino Fall 2018 Couture

Source: Valentino Fall 2018 Couture

Color blocking is a smart and versatile strategy. Whether your color tolerance is low or high, add a bit of happy modern by incorporating a color blocked element in your style. It can be a simple pair of shoes, a jacket or a fashion bag.

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block

Source: womenmanagement and micasarevista

Source: Valentino Fall 2018 Couture

Source: Valentino Fall 2018 Couture

Color blocking is fun and sure way to refresh your home and your closet by bringing more energy and color to it. So how does it work? Pretty much the same as with your wardrobe. You study the color wheel and pick the colors that go well together. They contrast in a nice jazzy way with each other without going gray or looking too garish.

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block

Source: decomanka / ellahoy / dama.bg

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block

Source: Design Street

The colors you choose for painting your walls using color blocking technique should be bold, bright and pleasant to the eye. The combination should also be easy on the eye but attract attention. Bright doesn’t have to be eye-watering but if color blocking with many different colors is too much for your eyes to handle you can always throw in neutrals. In fact that what you should do anyway, not to go insane from the range of different bold colors in your house.

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block

Source: @mdeizimakeup / @apartmenttherapy
Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block
Source: Architizer

Pillows and wall decorations are great for practicing a color blocking technique. You can apply the same principle to pillows, chairs and other furniture, on the walls. Use painted framed paper to create color blocking on your walls against some neutral background and back it up with a bright rug or accessories. You can use as many colors as you like and combine them.

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block

Source: A beautiful Mess

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block

Source: ArchiLovers
Source: Marni Pre Fall 2018
Source: Marni Pre Fall 2018
Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block
Source: squa.re

Fashion Meets Interior Design Color Block

Source: Iconeye

Mix and match colors in samples and see what combination suit your preferences and taste the most, for your style and for the interior of your home.

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