The top reason to decorate with charcoal gray is that it's a sophisticated alternative to black and a dramatic alternative to other neutrals. As an alternative to black, charcoal can be used in any color scheme in place of it. Some charcoal grays appear to be completely neutral but can have hints of brown or green as an undertone. The best way to ensure that your charcoal color is free of a potentially clashing undertone is to hold it next to a pure black color. The most versatile charcoal is free of noticeable undertones. If you'd like even more flexibility with your charcoal furniture, choose a textured upholstery fabric, like tweed. The variations of color and light give the illusion of many different shades of color, making a slight mismatch unnoticeable.
Lavender, If you want to wash your bedroom in a charming and romantic essence, try doing so with a gorgeous shade of lavender. Accent it with neutral or blush for an extra pop of personality. In order to understand lavender as a color we must first make the distinction between purple and violet. These two shades are often used interchangeably, although they refer to different things. True, they are both obtained by mixing red and blue but in different proportions. Purple is closer to blue than it is to red while violet is closer to red than blue. Lavender is the shade obtained by mixing purple with white. That's because it's a rather bluish shade, like a sort of very diluted purple. However, there are many different tones of lavender on the color chart these days, some of which are reddish and some of which are bluish. But because lavender takes its name from a flower and that too features variations, all of these shades are acceptable and defined by a single term: lavender.
If you want something that's both bold and refreshing, why not give tangerine a good try. This is perfect if you want a pop of color as an accent wall contrasted with a more neutral tone. The key to creating a truly striking room design is choosing some accent shades that contrast with the warm tangerine walls. Blue is opposite to orange on the color wheel, making it an ideal option when you want to turn your living room's look up a notch. You can use a blue shade as the room's main accent color, but if that design is too bold, incorporate it in smaller pieces like a patterned area rug, window treatments or throw pillows. The shade of blue you choose also becomes a factor in the room's boldness. Keep the look soft by using a light shade such as sky or a muted option like robin's egg. If you want added drama, go all out with a vivid cobalt or royal blue. With intense tangerine walls, your living room is going to have a strong look whether you use warm tones, cool tones or deep neutrals as your main accent shades.
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