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7 Soothing Spaces_ utilizing colors to produce Calm in the home The Homestead Shop Inc. Jennifer Ott Design This space showcases a few of the best soft and soothing hues for rooms: a light sea-glass green, a warm gray and an blue that is ethereal. Any of these would work well as a wall that is main; just mix in a single or more of this other hues for a soft and pleasing punch of color. White linens are classic and clean, but it's nice to add pillows, art and accessories in colors from the palette. Keep the room free of excessive clutter and you'll have a bedroom sanctuary that is stress-zapping.

Sample palette: Get a similar look with White Clover, Turtle Dove and Tinsel, all from PPG Pittsburgh Paints.VOH Architects Most bathrooms have one small window, or no windows at all, which can make an already small space feel even more confined. If this is the full instance in your house, think about utilizing color to lighten things up. I love to choose two or three colors of my plumped for hue and make use of the color that is darkest, and preferably near the lower areas of the room, then go lighter as I work my way up toward the ceiling. This makes the room feel more open, expansive and light-filled, and can help start the day on a note that is cheerful Ott Design test palette: Get a similar appearance with Pearl Onion, Celery and Ryegrass, all from Sherwin-Williams.Erica Broberg Smith Architect PLLC Jennifer Ott Design Soothing color need not be limited by light and wispy shades. But I recommend sticking to those on the cooler side of the color wheel: greens, blues and purples if you go with bolder hues. These hues that are cool along with grey colors, happen proven to assist reduced blood pressure and therefore are connected with remainder and leisure. You can always punch up the palette with a small accent of a warmer hue, such as the shocking yellow-green here, via a painted accent area or art and add-ons.

Sample palette: Get a similar look with Bon Voyage, Rain Washed and Carolina Parakeet, all from Behr.Farrell and Sons, LLC Jennifer Ott Design Take the stress out of selecting paint colors for a bathroom by pulling a favorite hue or hues from your tile. The cabinet color here is an selection that is excellent. Combined with lots of white, it appears clean and crisp up against the brick.

Sample palette: Get a similar appearance with Belle Grove Spruce, Tropical Bay and Brown Buzz, all from Valspar.PORCELANOSA Group Jennifer Ott Design If all these cool color palettes are causing you to be cold, here is a good example of a warmer palette that maintains a vibe that is relaxed. In bedrooms I like to make the headboard wall a focal point by covering it in an interesting material or color. This space features a brick wall, but you can get a similar look with reclaimed wood or, even easier, the right shade of paint. Contrast the hot hues with a wash that is soothing of gray in the staying three walls.

Sample palette: Get a similar appearance with Hale Orange, Perspective and Coventry Gray, all from Benjamin Moore.Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors we've joked into the previous about waging a one-woman battle against beige, however in all seriousness, as you wish, without a care as to what anyone else thinks if you love beige you should absolutely decorate your house in it. For those who want to move beyond beige without straying too far, a medium shade that is tan be a great way to get a little more oomph. It is a bit more dramatic than light beige and appears fantastic with nearly every other color — including other brown tones, such as the dark tobacco-stained wood in this bathroom. Keep the ceiling a warm shade of white to lighten and brighten the room.Jennifer Ott Design Sample palette: Get a similar look with Alabaster, Favorite Tan and Brazilnut wood stain, all from Sherwin-Williams.Thomas Rex Hardy, AIA Using color is one of the best ways to highlight architecture that is interesting. This restroom is certainly not a large, light-filled space, therefore it may have been tempting to stay glued to an all-white palette, then again the interesting angles could have been lost. And even though this will be a reasonably bold color of blue, it offers a good amount of grey so it doesn't feel heavy or overly bright in it. Mix in other light neutral shades and perhaps a dash or two of color via linens and accessories, as shown here.Jennifer Ott Design Sample palette: Get a similar look with Silvery Moon, Buxton Blue and Paper White, all from Benjamin Moore.

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