The Ideal Winter Colour Scheme For Your Living Space

As the fall approaches and there’s a nip in the air, you look for different ways to make your living space cosy or it may be so that you are someone who loves giving your living space a seasonal makeover. In both scenarios, you can choose ideal colour schemes to make your living space cosy and stylish throughout winter, till spring.

Here are a few wintry colour schemes that can work wonders in your living room:

1. Turquoise sea (5D0283) and barewoods for a sophisticated wintry look:

Create a sophisticated wintry look in your living room by using turquoise sea as a wall colour. Turquoise sea perfectly complements the respite winter brings and adds a depth of style to any given space. Barewoods work great with turquoise sea. Add more visual interest to your living space by choosing wooden furniture essentials such as barewood sofa and coffee table. Wall art frames and abstract showpieces made from barewood are excellent style additions.

2. Blue Bubble (5D0295) and white

Beat the winter blues by using Blue Bubble and white to create an eclectic contrast on your living room walls. Blue Bubble, with its rich tones, complements the peacefulness winter brings. On the other hand, white has an airy and calming character which can help you avoid the gloomy ambience.

Use Blue Bubble in wall moulds and fireplace separations, and paint the rest of the walls and ceilings white. Use neutral-coloured furniture pieces such as grey sofa and chairs, and earthy-coloured tables and shelves as style additions.

3. Sunflower Petal (3D0782) and white:

The dark winter days can make your living room look plain and dull. Avoid the gloomy days from lowering the style of your living room by using bright and rich colours such as Sunflower Petal and white as wall paints.

Paint the walls adjacent to the windows white to allow sunlight to liven up space. You can paint the walls facing the windows golden to create a focal point and improve the overall aesthetics of space.

4. Accent corner with Apricot Serenade (2D0227)

One of the best ways to make any focal point in your living room look appealing is to play with colour contrasts. By taking this idea, paint the entire walls in your living room white or with shades of white, leaving just one or two corners.
Use bright and lively colours such as Apricot Serenade and Merigold on wall corners to create contrasting focal points. To balance the bright colours, choose a sofa set that has a light-coloured upholstery.

5. Different shades of Beige wool (7P2425)

Beige has earthy tones and can up the warmth factor in your living room. Choose a couple of shades of beige like Beige Wool (7P2425) and Biscuit Beige (7P0183) and dedicate each wall for one specific hue to create a themed look. Choose plush area rugs, a bright table lamp, neutral-coloured cushions, and black showpieces to avoid monotony in the space.

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