Minimalistic and monochrome are a trend which here to stay! The neutral colors definitely add a class to your house. But sometimes such interiors might seem dull when you plan to stay in for long hours in your bedroom or living room. There are a few ways through which you can make the area livelier with that monochrome décor. A pinch of color can add a lot to the whole vibe of your room. The following are the few ways which will help you achieve your interior goals:
Add A Few Cushions
There are a lot of cute cushions and pillows in the market these days. The ones with lace, a neon pop or in the shape of diamond or heart. Even a set of solid cushions will do the work. Not only comfort, but the cushions and pillow will also add comfort to your bed or sofa. If you do not want to kill the color sequence, so add some zebra striped cushions on the edge of the room. Or maybe some other cotton or linen, soft pastel colored cushions.
Pick Up The Paint Bucket
If the neutrals are bothering you so much so pick up your paint bucket. Here is an amazing idea where you just paint one wall of your room. This will kill the monotony of the place. You can select subtle colors such as lavender or sky blue. If you want to make a statement, so add a dark color such as red or pink, which will add an element of contrast to the place. Wallpaper or wall design is also a great option to add a pop of color to the house.
Add A Painting
Modern art is the talk of the time. Get artsy and choose a theme for your room. You can pick your child’s painting for the kid’s bedroom or an artistic symbol for your living room. Even simple pictures can be framed and hung in the room. This will add a statement to the room and a color theme will follow. This also adds a rich look to the room. If you get your hands-on an exquisite painting, you are in for saving an investment too.
Invest In A Rug
Who said color could only add to the walls of the room, you can kill the neutral mode of the room using rugs too. Just put a beautiful rug or carpet on the floor. It will definitely change the look of your room. There are a variety of rugs and carpets in the market which you invest in for the coming years. It is also very easy to clean using a vacuum. Just make sure you are not robbed and buy an authentic or oriental rug. You can also add one to your study or fireplace to add some warmth.
Put Up A Throw
A pretty and cozy blanket set on the couch or bed is a good idea for your home. A bright purple or orange throw, draped in a quiet corner of the room will bring up the colorful essence. It will also add comfort to the place and even activities like watching television or reading a book could become really fun. You can pick a handmade, woolen quilt to kill the neutral theme. Even a warm shade of blanket could add a pastel theme to the area.
Change The Lights
A beautiful lamp or pretty fairy lights could change the whole look of the place. Warm lights could also kill the white on the walls. All you have to do is select a shade and shape and place a pretty looking lamp with bright shades in a quiet corner. Make sure you hide the electrical wires as it can make the look seem ugly. Even purple led lights or a luxurious chandelier can add a bright edge to the place. And let’s face it, what better option than killing the dullness with lights?
Place A Plant
A house plant can not only kill the monotonous look of the place. You could go for a plain looking vase or an artistic one with a colorful pattern. A short one at the corner of the room or a long one near the centerpiece will also add some class. A small one beside the window adds some freshness to the area. Also, greenery should always be encouraged. This will also add some fresh air to your home.
So select the based option for your house and start experimenting. Kill the monotony of your place and make your home and life colorful. So stop worrying about the neutral look, you do not need to pay a bomb to change the look of the room. Just pick up these small elements and it will suffice. Not just this will color but also enhance the environment of your home.