You don't have enough professional exhibitions and blogs aboutdesign? Try looking for inspiration in related areas. We propose to start with the last New York Fashion Week: for you - 10 colors and combinations straight from the catwalk that will look great in the interior New York Fashion Week is the cradle of trends for the coming season, or even for the whole year. And even if you are not interested in the hottest fashion and beauty trends, the shows can be a great fresh source of inspiration. Silhouettes, palette, textures and images - all this can be used at home, looking at the interior in a new way. We suggest starting with the simplest thing - with color. Lemon Yellow Outfit by Christian Siriano clearly shows: yellow goes well with yellow ... and yellow, especially when it comes to a stunning warm lemon shade. Of course, such an abundance of sunny color in the interior is likely to look eccentric and tiring, so we recommend using it as a bright accent on a neutral background. White + purple Anyone who is afraid of color,we advise you to take an example from the designer Prabal Gurung, who in the latest collection suggested combining it with white. This ensemble looks especially good when surrounded by bronze or gold details, elegant decor and velvet texture. Peach Peach - spring and very delicatea shade that functions perfectly as both a primary color and a local accent. Ideal for private spaces: bathroom, bedroom or study. If it seems to you too naive, girlish and soft, you can dilute it with coarser textures, cold colors and strict furniture. Blue + black The combination of blue and black is wrongit can often be found in interiors: to many, it seems either too gloomy, or too brutal, or simply unsuitable for small spaces. The Phillip Lim brand clearly demonstrates that this pair of colors looks both feminine and very noble. A rather active combination of black and blue can be diluted with calm natural colors: gray, deep shades of brown or white. Crimson Quite a bold and risky color,specific due to the combination of monumental brown and active red colors. Despite the fact that it is perceived visually softer than pure red, you should never overdo it with it. If you decide to paint all the walls in crimson, you should think three times, and then make every effort to correctly dilute this color. We suggest paying attention to small accents: decorative elements or, for example, textiles. Shade of baby blue shade of blue baby blue againat the peak of popularity, and it makes sense to use it in the interior too: firstly, pastel colors are an excellent background for bright accents, and secondly, this blue shade is quite cool, which means that it will make the room more spacious and filled with air. You can combine it with other colors or, as the fashion designer Prabal Gurung suggests in her collection, with darker and deeper shades of blue. Blue + Orange As Shown by Fashion Week 2016of the year, blue is definitely in trend: it has appeared at many shows, and every designer presents it differently. So, for example, the British brand Libertine offers to try a combination of different shades of blue with, and in matters of color, the British can be trusted. You can use this duo in any proportions and combinations, but since both colors are active, it is better to dilute them with a neutral white or gray base. Shade Blonde Shade blonde, it is also powdery orivory color - depending on the tone. If you want to create a romantic and airy, but not frivolous interior, be sure to try the nude style, in which such light colors are simply irreplaceable. And if you do not want to destroy the fragile harmony of delicate shades with bright details, you can make the interior more interesting with the help of the right textures, shapes and volumes. Olive + lilac Looks very interestinga combination of olive and lilac: depending on the shades, it can turn out to be very soft and warm, or, conversely, a more brutal interior. You can add white color and graceful bronze details to this combination. The shade of Bubblegum In his New York collectionfamed designer Alexander Wang used bubblegum pink as an accent in contrast to grungy pieces. You can do the same and combine pink elements with metal, concrete or other brutal details. If you like calm and delicate interiors, then combine this shade of pink with wood, white and small non-contrasting patterns.
December 20, 2017