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foyer color ushers color towards kitchen
Add color with "white" to contrast it and make color pop
Add a POP OF COLOR to create a focal point for the eye
Add color to accentuate the architectural elements of the "post walls"
OK to add color accents that are "divisions" and create a feel that the wall is THE ART
Remember to look at the color flow from all angels
color doesn't mean it has to be BRIGHT....living room could benefit from a more neutral color to add the appearance of "dimension" to the room...
WHITE is a color....the contrast color doesn't have to be everywhere to make a bold color statement
complimentary tones with color in the 'accessories" rather than on the walls can create a rich sophisticated atmosphere
don't limit the color in a room to just ONE COLOR...create some interest with contrasting yet complimentary colors
a contemporary modern room with that touch of retro doesn't require all the color to be on the walls to make it pop...in fact, it gives it more cohesiveness if you use one or the other, otherwise it can begin to look "childlike" or "circus-like"...ask yourself, what's making the color statement in this room a.)The furnishings b)The final layer of accents such as pillows/pictures c)walls -
unexpected color...off-center....can make a bold statement - don't try to make every wall MATCHY-MATCHY to add interest
a single wall of color makes a bold statement in this dining room