How to Choose the Best Colors While Styling your Luxury Home?
Creating perfect colour harmony is essential when designing one’s Luxury Home. Colour harmony is created when colours in a scheme work well with each other and are pleasing to the eye.
One of the easiest ways to achieve this is to follow a “60-30-10” rule. Mixing and matching different shades is a timeless design rule. It will give the right balance to any space’s colors.
1. The Main color:
The main colour of the room is 60 percent. A living room design’s 60% would be mostly walls, large accent pieces like a rug, and perhaps a sofa. It is intended that the 60 percent colour anchors the space and also serves as a backdrop.
2. The Secondary Color:
The secondary color is 30 percent. This could include draperies, accent chairs, bed linens, painted furniture, or even a feature wall. The idea is that the secondary color complements the main color while also standing out and adding interest to the room. The real fun begins with the accent color which comes next.
3. The Accent Color:
The last 10% color is the accent color. This category includes throw pillows, decorative accessories, and artwork for the living room. This could include accent pillows on the bed, lamps on the bedside table, and candles on the nightstand in a bedroom.
Colors that are bold scream bold statements in many ways, especially while home styling a Luxury Home, as they add a bright, rich, and exceptionally vibrant touch to the interior design. A playful yet elegant combination of two to three complementary colors, such as black, gray, or gold finishing, for example, would not overwhelm the design. A well-balanced design between the color scheme and its various accents, combined with the other interior design elements, will be in harmony, giving one’s villa a luxurious wonderful effect, as shown in the above image of a Luxury Villa in Dubai, UAE.
A Villa’s luxurious space would be underwhelming if some shine did not enter. Warm golds, sophisticated silvers, and bronzes add a touch of elegance to one’s rooms and make them appear larger. Usually, just two or three carefully chosen pieces in a room are enough to achieve the desired lustrous effect. Take a look at the photo below, which was taken in a Luxury Villa situated in the United Arab Emirates.