Family Room

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Toronto Interior Design Group added this to The Art of Mixing Colours & Not Going Overboard29 January 2019

Patterns With solidsNotice how this room by Nancy Taylor Lynch Interior Design and the previous two use a mix of small-scale patterns with chunky solids. Specifically, each piece either carries many diverse hues or just one (or just one mixed with a little white).Keeping each piece to this rule of extremes isn’t necessary, but it does make it easier if you’re not confident about mixing. The very colourful pieces combine well because they don’t have a singular hue that stands out (which might clash with another), and the solids are drawn from the art so that they have something to relate back to.Tip: When pulling colours from art to use as wall hues or solid fabrics, it’s generally safest to pick slightly greyer or paler versions to keep them from looking overly vibrant. However, some of these looks ignore that rule, and if you’re feeling bold, you certainly can too.

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landej added this to Color Inspiration7 February 2020

too busy, I'm sure, but I love that it has personality and a lived-in feel

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