Our homes are very often our kingdoms and as such they paly a very huge role in our lives. It’s therefore really important to make our homes beautiful and keep them like that over the years we’re be living in them. Modern homes are particularly efficient with this – after all they are made in such a way as to be mainly highly functional, practical, easy to maintain and serve for years. They are also filled with highly functional state-of-the art appliances and fixtures. What’s even more it’s the aesthetics that still matters when it comes to home interiors.
In case of modern homes it’s the colours that play here a really huge part. After all, colours are widely known for their huge impact on the way we feel and experience the world around us. Therefore, it’s particularly important to know that bright colours are especially good ones in modern homes and flats. Why bright walls play such a huge role in modern home design? Bright colours are first of all light and full of energy. They are also unobtrusive, after all they aren’t vivid or very strong. They are simply quite pleasant to the eye. What’s more, bright colours are known for making spaces look bigger than they actually are, as such they are particularly recommended in smaller interiors or places where space is much limited but should be for some reason enlarged.
Finally, let’s not forget about the fact that bright walls have their own allure. Bright means that they can take various shades, they can be rather nice and welcoming. Let’s not forget about the fact that bright walls can be also effectively used when it comes to making spaces look substantially bigger. Bright walls, whites, greys, beiges or various shades of yellow or pink can make all kinds of interiors shine. What’s more, bright interiors can be also quite effective when it comes to creation of modern and eye-catching interiors. Simple filled with clean lines and smooth surfaces kitchens, living rooms or halls with brightly coloured wall can really make a huge difference.
Yet sometimes such brightness can be simply too much. In such cases it may be best to contrast bright surfaces with something stronger. Good idea can be for example juxtaposition of bright walls with dark flooring or dark furniture and appliances. Such contrast between walls full of colour and dark and serious flooring can have a really stunning effect that can actually change a lot. It’s really good to crate spaces like that, where light and darkness or simply absence of light crate unique spaces and effects.