Winter is well and truly on its way, temperatures have dropped and the days are shorter, but we aren’t going to let this affect the atmosphere in our homes. Adding colour to your home can not only make your home seem more lively and bright but can also help with productivity and creating a positive environment. Continue reading to hear our favourite ways to add colour to your home.
Feature walls have been around for years and are one of the easiest ways to add a splash of colour into your home. If you read our post , you’ll know that feature walls with a floral design are a massive trend this season, especially using pink tones. Feature walls add that extra something to your space without making a room look too overcrowded.
If your living room is looking a bit dreary, why not add some colourful cushions onto your sofa to add that well needed hint of colour. Colour accents in a living space can make your room look that little bit brighter and lively, just what is needed during the dull autumn and winter months.
Don’t just add colour to your home, add life. Plants don’t just give your room that extra splash of colour it needs, they have many benefits such as providing cleaner air, reducing stress and can help fight colds; a necessity for the winter months. Plants can also come in all sorts of pretty pots or terrariums to add some next level sophistication to your home.
Colour isn’t just for walls
Who said colour was just for the walls? Whether it’s a colourful rug or some hand painted art on the ceiling, having colour on your ceilings or floors can make your room appear more spacious and open.
Hanging works of art on your walls can be a great way to make your home unique, but don’t worry about splashing the cash, get the paint brushes out and add your own artistic flare to your walls. A colourful painting in your home will instantly brighten things up and add a vibrant and exciting flare to your home.
Colour is not only visually appeasing but also great for boosting your mood and can promote positivity and productivity. It’s time to put your creative hat on and start thinking of ways to add colour to your home. Check out for some inspiration on how to make your home that little bit more exciting.