Adapting your design is crucial in today’s marketplace. Outdated colors and old fashion trends can quickly become eyesores in retail and commercial business if left unattended. By making sure that you know all the latest and greatest color choices, you can create a beautiful, well-thought-out environment that is envied by all.
In this part of the series, we are focusing on colors and tones may surprise you and be quite intriguing to use in your next projects. Let’s take a look!
Metallics Can Be Neutrals?
When you think of neutrals, you probably think about the basics, but did you know there are more colors of neutrals than just beiges and grays? Pseudo-neutrals are colors that can be so dark or so light that they do not actually influence a warm or cool tone in the room. Metallics like golds, silvers, and bronzes also considered neutrals. If you do not feel bold enough to add aggressive colors to your environment and have always had a neutral-based atmosphere, perhaps you can start by adding metallics. These can keep your environment grounded and still neutral but also help make a contemporary, bold statement. Metallics are also great for opening up the space; they can easily reflect light and make your space feel more open an airy. Do not overlook this trend because it has a wide variety of benefits and adaptability.
The Soft Touch of Pastels
Since metallics have made a strong statement this year, it is no surprise that softer toned pastel colors have rippled back into the industry. Pastels are brilliant for adding your favorite colors to the area without affecting a mood. Pastels create a light and airy energy which can help brighten the area, but they are soft enough to not be overwhelming. Having the ability to add your favorite color as a pastel can allow you to keep an unbiased, neutral tone that deliberately expresses yourself. It is a win-win for everyone!
Neutrals use to be limited, but today, we have so many great alternative options to use. Stay up to date on all the latest trends with From the Floors up, and be sure to check out part four to learn the last couple of trending colors, which are making a strong, surprising comeback!