Winter Color Trends
The Winter season is almost here and comes once again with the best ideas for home decor. This new season is famous for introducing some bold and rich ideas that elevate any home decor project. Creating an excellent project can be the perfect idea for the end of 2020, and DelightFULL brings a unique mid-century twist with a trendy selection of creative lighting fixtures that stars some of these rich palettes. Join Interior Design Magazines and discover everything.
Finding the right lighting design and creative color palette at the same time for your design can be a challenge. Many people get lost with a wide world of tips and interior design inspirations, that is why is important to define which is going to be the interior decoration theme of a room. These popular lighting design ideas are the secret element to add the bold winter feel into a design project, in a cool, calm, and collected way.
RICH RED TONES
From sultry, cherry reds to deep and dark wine hues, the bold burgundy trend can be incorporated into the interior design through textures of your upholstery or even the shape of your lighting design, adding a sophisticated touch to your design project.
The neutral tones, especially the soft white tone, and all of its soft shades are one of the most popular interior design trends thanks to its versatility and ability to fit any project style, including the fun mid-century modern approach. Also recognized as the timeless white, this color tone is the right choice to create a unique interior design, that is both stylish and luxurious.
BLACK IN BLACK
The rich black tone will always belong in the timeless color selection, especially in the winter season. Black with metallic gold, silver, copper, and brass creates an opulent look, so it is often used for joinery hardware or luxury lighting designs to create an elegant accent.
WARM MARIGOLD BY PANTONE
The warm bright vibe of Pantone’s incredible Marigold yellow will add a touch of sunshine to this year’s ultimate winter design trends. Since the season is known for being cold and dark, the beautiful and sophisticated marigold color tone is the perfect way to add a ray of sunshine to your interior design without changing your main idea for the project.
MULTIPLE SHADES OF GRAY
The key to the tonal look is mixing various shades within your ensemble, from darker ash tones to lighter heather shades. Given it is virtually absent of color, it draws no attention to itself, it keeps its distance, remaining separate. Besides being one of the popular schemes in mid-century lighting, the multiple shades of grey can also be the canvas to your bright pop of colors in your design project.
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