Ideas for intermediate colors
How would you describe your wall? Can you call them simply “blue” or “yellow”? If this is the case, you could use probably a bit chromatic interference!
I personally was always a fan of intermediate colors. It’s about this incredible nuances, which are somewhere between the different colors of the Scala. Often, the appearance of these colors changed through the year and time of day. In part, this is due to the pigments used. On the basis of their Umwandlungsfäigkeit, it is also much harder to be fed by these nuances.
You afraid of choosing wrong? You don’t know whether milder or more meaningful to do? In this article you will get to know wonderful compromise solutions. These make your room appear beautiful and you will be always on the safe side.
Thereby, they appear much more interesting than the colors like cream and beige.
Do you want to try a brazen solution on your wall? Here are a few ideas!
Do you like the nuances of gold? Do you like green? Is this somehow related to the day and time of year? Think practically: you can purchase multiple colors by purchasing a single!
A cosy ambience in the dining room
In this picture we see a has variant of the green. You can see it just yet. I personally never thought of green and orange on the combination. But it looks wonderful.
Do you want to try this solution on your wall?
How to find gray for the dining room? Typically, this color is too chilly! But not here! Here you have enough Brown, to the table design to give sensual heat.
Do you like the nuances of gold?
In this picture we see Benjamin Moore’s Bennington Grau. This color is somewhere on the border of beige. So she has more consistency, but remains clearly in the neutral area.
Guests can relax on the comfortable couches
There are enough in the next variation of Brown… Black. This is refreshing. Hardly I can imagine a better background to the yellow-green accents.
White increased the room visually
I like Blue not so much, but I find it irresistible this Nunace here. In this case, it was enriched by green and grey.
Grey shades and patterned fabrics lend the living room style
By the next colour design, seen a lot of warmth and softness. Again, here is grey. Its effect on the soul here is quite surprising given the associations, which is usually so.
A chic lounge offers you plenty of comfort
What color was the wall painted in your opinion? It is here, grey or brown? This indeterminacy but not too dominant makes it interesting!
Pink cushion fit wonderfully white couches
The next wall shows just a hint of blue. She seems to be the perfect choice for the House on the coast. But it avoids the blue-and white cliché.
How about this Wohnzimmerinterior?
The space here is through the interesting looking ceiling, the stone occupied floor and open plan dominated. These items alone make striking space. The special beige color of the company Bengamin Moore provides even more heat and helps in determining the seating areas clear.
Do you have a favorite intermediate color? Please, let it us know by leaving a comment!
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