Two classics that really blend fall and winter as a colorful duo. Whether as a wall color or a small splash of color, we can’t get enough of the shimmering blue shades and powdery natural tones. We’ll show you what makes this color trend and how to style it!
The art of composition
Goodbye winter blues: we’re now giving our homes an extra dose of vitamin B(lukewarm)! Artists such as Picasso and Matisse were already unable to resist its appeal, and Frenchman Yves Klein was also a fan. On Klein’s quest for the perfect shade of blue, he created his own patented shade in 1957, a deep ultramarine blue called “International Klein Blue.”
In the best of company
In the interior sector, shades of blue are currently an undeniable eye-catcher. Depending on the nuance, blue evokes very different color effects. Sometimes it is calming and enduring, sometimes it is invigorating. The latest version of this trendsetter proves that it is anything but cold when paired with natural tones with illustrious names such as sand, caramel, or vanilla are joining its ranks.
This is how the color mix works
While soft beige nuances and materials like linen, sisal, and wool form a cozy base, blue stands out as an accent color. Make your favorite decoration shine in new splendor with a mat bordering a photograph in rich royal blue or a deep blue lampshade made of velvet! More advanced decorators combine ultramarine stools and bouclé armchairs with large art prints or make a statement with expressive walls. If you strike the right note here, you will be rewarded with a lively and homey house!