Design and Decor

What color will be fashionable in 2017: new shades

The Color Institute recently named the maincolors next year, and the British company, represented in the showrooms of Mаnders, has already released a new line of shades for the spring. These are Radicchio, Studio Green, Hay and All White. Please welcome! British paint and wallpaper brand Farrow & Ball has made a new 2017 shade collection. For the interior decor, the designers chose a color palette and created combinations of expressive, bright accents with more restrained gentle tones. The colors Radicchio, Studio Green, Hay and All White have a permanent beauty, while remaining comfortable and familiar despite being used in unexpected combinations. Timeless, nostalgic Hay and Studio Green, invigorating Radicchio, pure and simple All White - all colors have a sophistication that makes them perfectly fit into both modern and historical interiors. Radicchio Pink has played a leading role in décor over the past year and is now witnessing a natural shift towards richer reds that exude optimism. With its underlying complex blue tone, Radicchio is perceived as luxurious, romantic and sensual rather than luscious or vibrant. This color blends flawlessly with simple, harmonious grays like Mole's Breath, Purbeck Stone and Ammonite, which can be used in interiors to give them impressive depth. To create a positive atmosphere, Radicchio should always dominate the color scheme, while grays will serve as an integral but complementary element. Studio Green Wall Usegray-green instead of the popular charcoal-dark colors seems provocative. Of course, Studio Green is intended more for connoisseurs and creates a nostalgic feeling, but nevertheless it can be used in the most modern interiors. This discreet color becomes very natural when combined with creamy shades such as New White, Farrow's Cream and Pointing, which blend flawlessly to create an atmosphere of calm and serenity in the room. The shade Studio Green conveys not only the comfort of privacy, but also a sense of harmony and security, which testifies to the aesthetic and protective properties of color. Hay Discreet color Hay is perceived as softand familiar. Its calm tone creates an atmosphere of depth and softness in the rooms. It is not a warm or sunny yellow color, although it becomes colder in bright light, but rather a vintage and quirky tone with an underlying green. This color is best balanced by the matching Oval Room Blue and Setting Plaster, reminiscent of the vibrant mid-twentieth century interiors. And the graceful Wimborne White can be used as a warm, reflective neutral color on the ceiling. While this color combination seems quite eclectic, it creates a strong yet pleasant, upbeat atmosphere. All White Pure white is devoid of shades andassociations. All White is pigment-free and creates a simple, not austere or “radiant” atmosphere, but a fresh one. Through the combination of different shades of white, a sense of stillness and tranquility is achieved. Great White, Cabbage White and Strong White in various shades can be used in any combination with All White to create subtle decorative accents. They are also the perfect backdrop for art and natural materials. Combinations of these seemingly simple colors enrich the interior.

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