Most Kansans would agree that for one to have an elegant looking home, one must stick to neutral colors. Yes, neutral colors such as grays, tans, and browns can be a perfect base for any rooms, but it can also lead to a dreary and boring looking room if one overdoes it.
Lately, many people are looking to add some dash of bright colors to perk up up their homes. Even interior designers are encouraging homeowners to be daring, to bring out their inner Picassos and paint their walls with their favorite touch of bright hues. This article from kansascity.com is a perfect example of how designers are now trying to add some color into their client’s living space:
It might be practical, of course, to decorate your home with neutral colors and muted earth tones. No need to worry about colors clashing if most everything is white, beige and light brown.
But what if you’re a fan of vivid orange, lime green or a luscious shade of lavender?
These colors can be tricky to use successfully in decor. But you don’t need to avoid them, says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn, creator of the Flynnside Out design blog. Just use them carefully.
“It’s a game of balance,” Flynn says. “Once you get that right, just about any color can be spectacular.”
Though painting the walls with lively colors can significantly add life to any room, it wouldn’t do much good if the room is poorly lit. Of course you can mount bright lights but it would also considerably affect your electricity bill. What you would need to do to brighten up your living space without putting a dent in your wallet is to get the services of an expert for window replacement in Olathe KS and ask for shutters and panes hat can make your home feel bigger and brighter by letting the natural light from the sun inside.
If you feel that it’s about time to make some bright choices to perk up your home, contact Renewal by Andersen replacement windows in Kansas City. We offer a wide range of designs and materials so that you can achieve what you have been wanting – a sprightly room to liven up your mood. You can check out our website or better yet, give us a call and we’ll provide you with all the information you need for your next window project.
(Article Excerpt and Image from: No color is too bold for interior decor, www.kansascity.com, June 11, 2014)