Using purple and lavender in a bedroom can evoke a sense of romance, femininity and creativity. Like a beautiful sunrise or sunset, purple and lavender are a soothing choice for a bedroom. Purple is also associated with royalty and opulence, which lends itself toward a glamorous environment in the bedroom. There are many shades of purple and lavender to choose from to create a stylish color scheme. Balance these hues with neutrals such as grey or beige for sophistication. For a soft look in a bedroom, paint walls a creamy white and use lavender drapes and a coordinating bedspread. Paint your bedroom walls a light lavender and use deep purple fabrics, paired with white accessories, for a tranquil mood. Add some sparkle using mirrored furniture for a glamorous effect. For a modern look, paint the wall behind the bed deep purple, pair it with lavender fabrics, and add a wood dresser for an eclectic touch. Lamp shades made with purple fabric will add dimension to the ambient light. Use varying shades of purple and lavender on silk and linen accent pillows for comfort and texture.
Mustard yellow, a mix between bright yellow and light brown, adds a rich tone to any space that it's used in, making it a great color to bring into your home this fall season. Mustard yellow can range from light to dark, which gives you the opportunity to curate an array of looks, to include warm, edgy, or even sophisticated. With mustard, you can go modern, contemporary, or mid-century, depending on the additional colors that you bring into your space or how the color is used in design. In an all-white room, mustard can make a room pop, as well its ability to add warmth to the overly cold feeling that all-white can sometimes create in a space. In recap, a white room with mustard accents creates an overall balance between the powers of both colors and can create visual interest and warmth, even when used in small doses.
Mustard, for something funky and trendy, go with a mustard tone. Use it as an accent wall or create a shining spot by dressing the bedroom in it completely and toning it down with natural accents. Mustard has been eaten as a tangy condiment since the earliest recorded times, and was even used as a medicine by ancient physicians. Mustard's typically pungent taste is the result of a chemical reaction that takes place when the seeds are ground and mixed with water. If you love the bold taste of mustard, why not try adding a dollop of this warming hue to your own home? Softer on the eye than vivid yellow but just as warm, mustard works in all sorts of interior spaces, from feature walls in living rooms to splashbacks in kitchens. To create a contemporary feel, combine touches of mustard with grey or white, or, if a retro look is more your style, try teaming mustard with teal, black and the natural tones of teak or rosewood.
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