How to Choose the Right Color Palette for You

2 November 2020

MSD Panels MUROS White rough brick - Perriam - New Zealand

Are you thinking of making your home or business more attractive? Read on and get some great tips for creating the color palette that will best suit your style, personality and lifestyle.

White and natural

White is the eternal color, the most grateful canvas to reflect your personal brand. Made of brick, Off-white rough brick… It is a subtle touch, luminous and full of strength, depending on the texture chosen.

White will always work well on any wall. The note of color can be incorporated with the furniture or textiles that best match your style or seasonal trends.

Warm reds

Bright red, classic, dark red, terracotta… The colors that remind the chromatic range of the clays contribute to draw an atmosphere of great personality. The intensity of the tone will depend on the strength you want to reflect.

You can cover columns with panels or bet on complete walls, according to the design. Wooden furniture, light or dark, is perfect with brick panels.

Elegant greys

The color grey dresses the walls with sobriety and elegance. That is why it is always a basic in decoration. As it is a neutral color, it brings harmony and balance to the decorative set.

Combine it with bright tones in the rest of the elements of the room to create flashes of optimism, or bet on the classic black and white, if what you want is an atmosphere of serenity, relaxation and introspection.

Bet on black

The boldest color in interior decoration and one of the most attractive is black. Both in stone and in wood, it creates a very important point of attention.

Make sure you have enough natural light, so that spaces don’t seem smaller, and add some vegetal touch, such as green leafy plants or colorful flowers. The final effect will be refreshing!

One last tip: whatever color you choose for your walls, don’t forget to think about what kind of texture you would like to add, both in your home and in your business. If you have any questions, please contact us. We will be happy to help you!

Photo: Perriam via Muros.

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