Adding Brights to a Neutral Colour Palette is Easy. Here’s How to get it Right!
If looking around your room at all the neutral furniture is putting you into a sleep from which you fear you won’t wake, it’s time to add some colour into the mix. It doesn’t have to be a daunting experience, though.
Here’s how to reinvigorate your interior without much work (or much money). And it won’t overwhelm your stunning, stripped-back colour scheme, either, which I know can worry you if you’re not particularly gutsy when it comes to brights.
I always say that a neutral colour palette is a good idea for your home’s base. If you’re like me and you love to update the look of your space every 5 seconds (guilty!), then having a neutral palette allows you to do it with ease. By keeping the larger furniture pieces fairly subdued in hue (as well as the wall and floor colours), you can adorn them with accessories and decor that don’t cost much and can be changed up seasonally.