Main Colors Bring a Room to Life

There’s nothing elementary about decorating with primary colours, particularly when they are against a complex, neutral backdrop. Bold, bright, and beautiful, they are the basis of all colours and create a highly effective color announcement in a box of crayons and in our home’s decor. Without much effort, primary colors capture our attention even when used responsibly. This ideabook precisely illustrates my point of view.

Burnham Design

Red, famous for its stimulating qualities, adds just enough taste into the bedroom without making it overly spicy. The klismos chair also serves as a sculptural accent working in tandem with all the turned bed posts.

Red, particularly in fabrics like this velvety smooth couch, adds warmth, comfort, and attention into any living space. Crimson is frequently used in a more formal atmosphere for a touch of luxury.


Massoud Red Leather Chair – $2,955

Explore your seating options. This isn’t your grandfather’s seat. Tightly upholstered in a red hot leather and nailhead trim, this chair’s shape adds modern flair to classic decor.

Design Within Reach

Without the use of paint, blue furnishings and fabrics accent this mid-century contemporary living space. A bright blue seat contributes a dose of whimsy echoed from the Sputnik chandelier.

Atmosphere Interior Design Inc..

A blue tufted couch, sleek and sultry, sets the tone for this living space. Its electric hue updates the conventional form and adds a jolt of color to this smoke gray color palette.

Room & Board

Chloe Chair – Room & Board – $749

The Chloe Chair in a rich indigo blue has a sultry shape and luxurious feel. Paired with a pair of meaty cognac thighs, it adds an element of classic, modern elegance to any interior area.

NB Design Group, Inc

A splash of yellow cuts through the large contrasting color palette also introduces a joyful chic vibe into a bedroom that is tufted.


Pair of Ceramic Table Lamps

A set of brightly colored lamps seem more mature and not as juvenile when combined with a neutral colour palette.

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