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1. RedBright red or Ferrari redThis colour is universally used in various warning signs because of its ability to attract immediate attention. As I mentioned in an earlier article, the universal law is that ‘wherever attention goes, energy flows’.
If you have the right kind of space and budget, you could just break a few boundaries like this homeowner did, by using an unconventional ceiling in an unconventional layout. Plastered chicken mesh on the walls meets the ceiling, which is embellished with finished wood in unique cuts, colours and angles that give an edge to the design. The palette of similar textures in this room creates the feeling of a free-flowing and harmonious space. Recessed and mood lights help divide this huge room into separate, intimate areas. Tip: Sticking to neutral shades for the floor and ceiling is a good idea if you often like to change or play around with coloured upholstery and soft furnishings.