Fifth of the series that has as protagonist different trend color combinations (5) to decorate spaces with textiles.
When choosing the colors that are going to decorate a room in home or work, it’s essential to take into account some factors. Among them, how much light is received, how big it is, and of course the color walls. Under these parameters, we can choose which color range is best suited.
With the objective of providing ideas and inspiration, we will see in this series of posts different combinations that may be interesting for your personal or professional space.
Blue tones combined with copper and gray
Without a doubt, this decorative proposal doesn’t remind of the previous post (copper tones combined with navy blue and gold). If we are facing a large room with plenty of natural light, this option may be interesting.
As we commented in that post, the important thing is that we take reasonable care of the presence or intensity of these color tones. In this case, the contribution of certain shades of gray will give us an undoubted dose of modernity.
There is a risk, which is to fall into the monotony of some cold tones, therefore adding a warm intense color as an accent is ideal. What is the perfect option? Copper tones, a very fashionable tone. These can arrive, for example, thanks to the presence of decorative fabrics.
Other elements to consider if we opt for navy blue as predominant tone is to generate contrasts locating light wood furniture. Among them those of oak, beech, ash, pine or birch.
Manatex has a wide range of textiles for this combination of colors
In line with current decorative trends of the market, in Manatex, we design textiles personalized solutions for the equipment of rooms. The tastes and preferences of our customers are listened to in order to provide them with what it’s ideal for their decorative ideas
We count with a great specialization in high quality textiles for decoration. Our different types of textiles have exceptional technical properties, among which highlight the durability, resistance and touch.
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