, April 27th , 2018.
For a dose of drama, choose a rich shade of coral that has reddish undertones. This hue is a little softer than pure red, but is striking nonetheless. Because coral pulls from both red and orange, you'll get the benefits of each color which results in a warm, cozy and cheerful space. The fiery, pink tones are very romantic — perfect for the bedroom. Don't let this color's name turn you away. Salmon is between pink and peach, so it is playful and welcoming. In the open areas of your home, salmon can be a refreshing departure from more common neutrals such as tan and beige. Light, pink tints are very elegant and bring a unique sophistication to a traditional space. With its delicate appearance, this quiet hue adds just a hint of color and warmth.
Charcoal off-grays have very subtle differences in the RGB values but remain true neutrals, making them the perfect complement for most colors, especially bright whites, warm citrus hues and pinks. Because it appears so often in nature — think stones, storm clouds and the North Atlantic — it also works well in with natural materials like wood, marble and greenery. Cool charcoal pairs well with bright white trim and works with most wood floors. In a house like this, with period details and nice bones, it highlights the architecture while modernizing the room. Warm charcoal above the bright white wainscoting adds a lot of drama to this dining room but doesn't get too flashy about it. "A common mistake people use in selecting gray is using a 'cold' gray for a wall color. Grays with brown undertones can really warm up a room.
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