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Do you fancy revamping your home interior too? What will your interior décor be like for the return to the daily routine?
If you’re after a brighter room, orange and yellow are the perfect colours.
Did you know that the name of the colour “orange” comes from the fruit? The colour orange radiates warmth and vitality. It is a perfect colour for the kitchen or office area to boost your mood or stimulate your creativity. Then again, according to the use made of your living room, orange may be ill advised. In fact, if this space is used as a haven of peace and tranquillity, the colour orange is best avoided. For the same reason, orange is to be avoided when painting a bedroom, which is a place of rest and relaxation.
Meanwhile, yellow is ideal for almost every room. Long overlooked, the colour yellow is very much in vogue for interiors today. It affords a home a touch of joy, cheerfulness and warmth.
A modern touch
Adding a touch of modernity to a room does not necessarily mean using flashy colours. It’s more of question of playing around with accessories. And there’s no need to empty your wallet by opting for designer furniture. Many stores offer furniture or accessories at reasonable prices that will give a modern touch to your house.
More simplicity for a minimalist interior
Get rid of anything that is superfluous and leave only the bare necessities! The minimum amount of furniture, decluttered and clear surfaces, striking decorations, refined patterns, refined motifs and discreet colours. If you want to go for a solid colour, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Choose your favourite colour from among black, grey, white, taupe, mauve, to name but a few. It is said that this kind of interior reduces stress, makes the interior more attractive and makes it easier to clean! If what’s practical can be combined with what is aesthetically pleasing, why not go for it?
A touch of nature
And what could be better than some flowers or plants to give the finishing touch to your decorations? Flowers will be a welcome addition to the centre of the coffee table in your living room, at the foot of your bed or on your desk. They will naturally provide freshness, joy and will unconsciously help your body to relax and unwind.
So how do you envisage the new décor in your home?