Monday, 20 March 2017

Use a Colour Guide to Create a Beautiful Home

Real estate industry in Bangalore is growing day-by-day and the number of projects and developers coming up in the city are numerous. With every area getting saturated, the city is growing and people have now started looking residential plots in areas like north Bangalore as these have good connectivity with the main city and at the same time are a bit away from the sounds and pollution.
Despite this, there are many factors that attract people to buy a home of their own in Bangalore. This mainly is because of two things. One, the options are never ending and developers are now providing Villa plots for sale in north Bangalore that are not too expensive when compared to those in the main city. Moreover the developers are coming up with homes that match the present style and therefore are being liked by many. People thus like to opt for plots in chikkaballapur areas where options are many at comparatively affordable rates.
Nowadays, people have also started selecting the theme for their house even before the construction starts. However, there are disadvantages of this scenario as well. Getting a customised house is difficult if we are buying a home from a developer. Also customising it according to our needs is not an affordable task. Therefore, people have to adjust with the outer structure that is pretty much same for everyone and have to work on the interiors in order make their homes look different.
Using a colour guide to beautify the home is a very basic but the best idea one can try out. What most of the people do is to choose objects and colours that they love or simply look attractive. With everything available on Internet, people can nowadays find thousands of ideas that match their tastes and interests and therefore go by using an existing pattern or decor theme.
However, colour has a major role in decorating a house. Moreover it is also considered as a powerful tool that can be used to inspire emotions, create space illusions or simply set the mood and atmosphere for any particular room. Especially when creatively used with painting, the interior and exterior can match perfectly well and gel with the thoughts and likes of the people living there that will in turn create a healthy and beautiful home.
Everyone has a favourite colour that reflects their mood. These colours may range from nature inspired blue or green to purples, orange, yellow, and so on. Even the tones of these colours when used appropriately can work wonders. Bright to muted or pastels can be used according to the owner’s taste.
If space is a constraint, then bright and vibrant colours like yellow are the best option as they provide an illusion of bigger space. Red on the other hand should be used very carefully. It is a bold colour and provides warmth to a room and is a rich backdrop to white linen sofas and a dark wood coffee table. Red particularly works well in rooms with high ceiling where the bold colour will not look overpowering.
Purple is also a personal favourite of many. The colour though provides a sense of luxury when combined with silver and black is very rare in natural world. So, it should be used carefully to create a personal space along with neutral colours if one is really obsessed with it.
Relaxing rooms like bedrooms, bathrooms, etc must be done in cool and pastel colours because these provide a sense of soothing effect to mind. Light shades of blue, green or lavender is suitable for this. Though it is said that brown can cause depression in some, it is apt for those who love to give their home an earthy yet a sophisticated look.
Going with whatever looks good on someone else’s house should never be done and it is best to go with colour options that lighten up your mood and make you happy because home is your personal space and no one wants somebody else’s tastes to be reflected there.

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