How to Use Color in an Open Concept Home
Open concepts can be a tough cookie when it comes to color and making sure things coordinate! Since the rooms are open and flowing together, you want to make sure that it doesn't look choppy, but you still want the rooms to have their own space.
I find that a good portion of my clients have an open concept and are confused with how to design around that. They want the dining room to be the dining room, and the living room to be the living room, but they want it to all mesh together.
Here are some tips and tricks on how to keep consistency and flow within your home!
Use it on a unique piece of furniture
VIA EMILY HENDERSON
Do you have a piece of furniture from that flea market? Or maybe it was your grandmothers? Why not try painting and give that a shot! A few weeks ago, I showed you guys how I painted my great grandparent's dresser.
This one is pretty common, and probably the most used way to add some color to an open concept home. But, its for good reason. You can make a bold statement with just one wall!
Rethink your door
VIA SF GIRL BY BAY
You know, you don't need the standard wood or white door. Think outside the box! Use the door as a way to bring color into the room!
Keep a consistent pallet
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VIA STYLE PARK