Decorating With Blue Room

Decorating With Blue

Decorating With Blue
Blue is a color that evokes mood. And because many people associate blue with melancholy, they avoid it as a decorating color.
“It's a popular conception that blue is associated with coldness, and it's not valid,” says Shelley Kirsch of Shelley Kirsch Interior
Design and Decoration in Toronto. “Used correctly, blue is extremely uplifting and vibrant.”

It’s all in the shade of blue you choose and the hues you pair it with. Discipline is key. “Keep your palate restricted,”
Shelley advises, “but don’t be afraid of blue.” By exploring blue in all its moods and shades, you can find just the
right hue to create a beautiful, serene room.
Used Correctly, Blue is extremely uplifting and vibrant Here are Shelley’s tips for decorating beautifully with blue:

Consider the full spectrum of shades of blue, including some
of the lesser-known hues.
Shelley is particularly fond of teal.

Explore the blue-gray family, especially if you are afraid of
“These hues have a calm, zen, quiet effect,” Shelley says.

Pair blue with a warm neutral. Cream, sand and light taupe are good

Consider design style. Blue lends itself especially well to transitional
design, a marriage of traditional and contemporary
that is as popular as it is affordable.
Keep decor clean and uncluttered. Blue is eye-catching, so edit well. Avoid

Make sure you have enough light. Use airy drapes to bring in as much light as

Use blue in your kitchen. Blue is a great choice for cabinets, chairs, and accessories.
Experiment with a blue furniture stain on inexpensive chairs.

Try blue as an accent color or color block. Painting a whole room blue can feel like
too much. Instead, paint the walls neutral and then work blue into the room.

Go navy. “I'm predicting navy as a color that will make a comeback,” Shelley says.

Reconsider blue or use in moderation if you live in a cold climate. A blue
room might make you feel even chillier.

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