Bright Colour Furniture For Your Home
Whether its for wallpaper, furniture, or curtains – colour matters. Colour is something many of us shy away from, as it is often seen a risky move to go mad with it. However it also offers a simple way to bring character to a space and add life to your interiors. If you’re phased by bold shades then colourful furniture is the ideal choice as you can add new dimensions without making permanent changes. Check out some bright colour furniture here.
Furniture for sitting on is the primary focus for any living room and choosing a bold shade of pillarbox red, fuchsia pink or lime green not only makes a change from brown or black but is a style statement too. Define your interiors with a stand out shade of fabric on sofas and then contrast with cool monochrome or pale naturals in the rest of the room.
Furniture for sitting on is the primary focus for any living room.
For many of people, the dining room is an after thought in terms of interior design – at the very least it’s certainly not the main focus when you begin planning what to do with your rooms. However, this is a missed opportunity as the dining room is one room that is there for guests, making it the perfect space to show off bold and colourful tastes. Choose to make your colour statement with bright dining chairs and contrast this against a wood or metal table to make the most of the splash of bold style.
A Standing Light
Not only is a tall light meant to be fantastic Feng Shui but it also gives you some serious style credentials too – if you’re brave enough to go for colour that is. Whether you choose a top to toe colour design or something that combines bold metallics and colourful glass, a colourful standing light introduces another dimension to even the most uninspiring of spaces. Plus, when the light is turned on you can create an entirely different atmosphere thanks to the coloured shade.
Not only is a tall light meant to be fantastic Feng Shui but it also gives you some serious style credentials too.
A Stand Out Armchair
Traditionally viewed as rather old fashioned, armchairs have seen a surge in popularity in recent years thanks to the new and innovative ways that designers are incorporating them into contemporary design schemes. You could go for the classic nut brown leather option or you could make an armchair the focal point of a living room, bedroom or study and choose a wild shade of red, purple or blue. Not only is the colourful version much more modern but you can use it as a centerpiece to create the rest of your design scheme around too.
You can paint just about any wooden piece of furniture that you have at home but a solid sideboard works particularly well in a colourful hue. A minimal or neutral room with a sideboard in primrose yellow or dusky pink is a room with a valid interest point. Primary colours work exceptionally well in kids’ rooms and more grown up shades like boudoir red or a cool blue elsewhere in the home.