What are the colors of the season? Some remain the classics of the decor, but others more atypical, will become the essentials of the winter 2016, for a small trip in deliciously vintage time, where comfort and elegance reign!
The trend is with enveloping and felted tones for this early winter season, with a dense and trendy range, around the Mediterranean green, lime green, copper clay, and lilac.
Soothing emerald blues
This winter, the Mediterranean blue and the navy blue dress the curtains and linen for a soothing atmosphere.
To use the Mediterranean blue, which imprint with emerald green, nothing like associating with warm hues.
We will add that the more the starting colors is dark, the more we must privilege, in return, a pale color.
Green is inviting our interiors
The rule wants us to associate with cold shades for a balanced and harmonious result because the green inspires serenity, but brings character.
Combined with soft caterpillar jacquards and shagored weaves, the rendering will be both modern and ethnic.
The green brings serenity but character
Tilleul tones, soft and relaxing, which suggest the nature and smell of wood. If it is very present in autumn, green remains ideal for more winter atmospheres. The peculiarity of this green? A tip of mustard yellow, a touch of sun, which makes it particularly warm.
Between ocher, amber and olive green, this colorful color suitablely suitable for vintage interiors, and associated with light wood it will be further highlighted.
This season, plummers or eggplant causes the trouble and be covered.
In paler tones, lilacs and old roses get married very well to the brass and gray deco accessories to create a will of sweetness and well-being conducive to relaxation.
Blood hues for an affirmed femininity
One opts for the deaf colors this winter: purple at the Lila via the Bordeaux, these colors loaded with brown pigment and red sombrents cultivate the matility.
Neither dynamic nor vibrant, they fill the interiors of this winter, bringing pace and femininity.