Paint color palette for the home or office, contemporary COLORS bring a modern look to your space. Modern colors can either update a popular tradition, or bring youthful trend into an otherwise bland room. Choosing the right contemporary lacquer depends on your personal taste and the desired decor. These shades can vary from eye-catching to subtle.
BLACK AND WHITE
A completely white decor looks fresh, versatile and modern, illuminating a minimalist space or colorful contemporary décor. All-white can also have a futuristic look, making a perfect background for artwork. Even less common, have a sharp, modern feel black. Paint colors for house can be overwhelming, but can work well in rooms that have big windows and plenty of natural light. Black color also works well as an accent against brighter colors. White walls with black accents create a high contrast color scheme.
Neutral colors risk looking too normal or stodgy, but choosing the right shades creates a glimpse of modern elegance. Cool, soft, blue-based greys offer a more interesting update on white, giving the impression of larger, brighter spaces. Darker greys give a compromise if you are hesitant in using black color. Avoid using dark gray in dimly lit or small spaces as it visually shrinks these spaces. Soft cocoa brown looks comfortable and natural while still fashionable. Contemporary COLORS often produce a bold look, whether you use bright colors like main wall colors or as accents. Citrus colors like orange; lemon yellow or lime green stand out, revitalize walls in dimly lit or unexciting spaces. White and black furniture and accessories complement the brightness of the walls. Clear red also works well with black and white accents. To soften the boldness of bright colors, paint only one or two walls with your chosen shadow, leaving the rest white.
For a chic home, rich gem like the colors contribute to a modern look. Purple is an unexpected color for inner walls. Bet on a rich purple, such as eggplant, rather than an overly lively purple. Contemporary homes often recognize and complement the natural landscape. Dark teal, which has blue undertones, offers a compromise between the traditional green colors and gives a more edgy, updated look. A rich sapphire blue looks particularly contemporary when contrasting with other complementary colors, such as bright orange or white.
Light greens leaning against coins are perfect companions with cool shades of pink. This look is girly and preppy when combining cool pink walls with white knots, light green and white furniture and pink accents in a bright conservative living room. It can also be retro when buttercup yellow and robin’s-egg blue blend in the form of porcelain in a kitschy-chic kitchen. Fresh flowers with pink flowers and minty stalks, such as tulips, complete either look.