Pantone color of the year has spread the color orchid purple everywhere. We see the use of orchid purples in interiors in different tints and shades, from pastel hues to dark royal tones. In interiors it’s important to see how much your room is lit. Light plays an important role, if you have a dark space you may not want to darken it a little more with dark hues. But in some cases artificial light can always come in handy for dark spaces like alleys, and corners of your homes.
You can see in the pictures how interior designers have used orchid purple in its different shades and incorporated it with beautiful tones like grey, sarass greens, whites, blacks and other tones to balance out the color. You don’t want one color to overpower the whole aura of your room.
If your not in the mood to change your upholstery you can always accessories it with orchid vases, cushions, lamp shades, rugs, and even paintings. A change in wall color or wall paper can even give you a different look.
Change is good and orchid purple is so soothing and refreshing.
- If you’re planning on using dark tones of orchid purple then balance it out with charcoal grays, grays, magenta, and whites.
- If you’re going for the undertones then use whites, pastel greens, and light grey.
- if you’re up for the vibrant tones then you can pair it with sarass greens, orange tones, and even blues hues.
Corner settings in orchid purple give a divine look. It looks different and whatever tone you may choose will show your personality and taste. So go for it get the new trendy look in your homes too. Spray paint some old pieces and use them as accessory, buy nice cushions, get yourself all pumped up for a fresh start this year with this lovely tone around you.