Color Ideas in Interior Decoration
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Color Cues
For the perfect house decoration, give due consideration to the home color scheme. Colors can add dazzling effect that catches immediate attention. When it comes to renovation, the first thing that strikes our mind is color concept of the room. Color can make or mar the appearance. Color cues are of vital importance. There has to be some coordination and balance between the color theme of different rooms. The gamut of shades is extensive and offers different color options like light cool colors, bright warm colors and neutral shades. But as it said that 'Variety is the spice of life' so check out some new upcoming colors and define your uniqueness. Monochromatic color scheme especially in the linking rooms is perfect for maintaining balance. But at the same time it is boring. For some new fresh look, try out the brighter shades in yellow, blue, pink etc. "Strength lies in unity". Same goes for coloring too. For the pleasant flow and continuity, choose either a single color or opt for interlinked shades.

Color linking does not imply that all rooms will look alike. This is where you can show your innovativeness by giving a different unique appearance to each room, while maintaining unity. This can be achieved by experimenting with different furnishings and artistic wall hangings. Kids room needs to be more lively kinds. If your color scheme is pink, then may be you can check out different shades of pink for each room. Living room and dining room can have some decent light pink shade. But kids room can be made more attractive by using may be darker shade of pink with the room filled up with lots of stuff toys in rainbow colors. So, play with colors and give each space a unique distinctive personality.

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