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Change the color of your house: Blue, green and yellow

Change the color of your house: Blue, green and yellow

Rachel Whiting Advertising - Keep reading under YELLOW SOFT AL MOSTAZA PENNY WINCER

From soft yellow to roasted mustard, its nuances multiply. Use them whenever you want to illuminate, visually expand and energize any space.

The key is to do it in small doses, in a vase on the dining table, some cushions on the sofa, on the screen of a lamp, a blind, some flowers ...

STIMULA
If you want to smile as soon as you enter the house, put a touch of yellow on it and your mood will be different. Use it to revitalize that neutral background, total white, that prevails in the environments. How? In the living room, renew the sofa upholstery or paint a yellow chair. In children's rooms, opt for pastel furniture. And in your bedroom, place a plaid at the foot of the bed.

And in the kitchen or bathroom? Too. Place some stools on the breakfast bar or a set of lemon yellow towels and see how they look!

MUSTARD COLOR RACHEL WHITING

Mustard has been one of the top colors of the season, and everything suggests that it will prolong its reign during spring. Optimistic as few, dare to lose your fear and combine it with white, gray, purple and maroon, your deco will be perfect.

BLUE TONES PENNY WINCER

Light blue, lavender, cobalt, turquoise ... Each of the shades of blue color projects an infinite halo of freshness. If you use them in textiles, carpets, curtains or cushions, you will give depth to the rooms; and if you use it in the kitchenware, you will bring to the table a natural, fun and spontaneous touch.

REFRESH
Despite its apparent coldness, the blue color transmits strength and calm. If you want to welcome your house in peace, paint the hall in a delicate light blue.
Aim the spaces where blue always triumphs: in the bedrooms, for that sense of tranquility that implies; in work areas, as it invites concentration; and in the bathroom, for its connection with water.
Before deciding on a tone, think about the effect you want to cause. And opt for cakes for a vintage deco; pickling for rustic and dark environments if you are looking for more sophistication.
REALIZATION: ALAINA BINKS.

COLOR BLUE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

Serenity, calm, relax ... Nothing like blue to avoid stress and take you to the desired relaxation. If you want it to be part of your house, combine it with white, your eternal companion, for a perfect navy decoration. Although he also likes to flirt with the range of earths and grays. Use it in plain texture or, if you prefer to go for sure, the patterns of stripes or flowers are infallible.

GREEN COLOR PENNY WINCER

Green that I love you green: moss, fern, mint, pistachio ... The color of nature transmits good vibes and transports you to a flowery field on a parakeet. Maintains magnificent relationships with gray, orange, earth tones and purples. Its simple and sedative character scales positions if you add golden touches. That is when his range brushes sophistication.

A suggestion? Paint doors and windows green and you will feel like taking a walk through the forest.

RELAX
If you want to give your home a country chic style, green is your great ally. It will be because of that connection with the echo.
One of the pieces where this color is best is on the sofa. Choose a green upholstery and surround it with wooden furniture and accessories to achieve harmony.
The sheets with natural motifs can be a good start to shyly introduce this tone in some corners of your home: in the living room, the bedroom and even in the bathroom! It enriches the environments with plants, natural or artificial, but always green, that bring serenity and freshness to the environment.
REALIZATION: BEN KENDRICK.

GREEN TONES PENNY WINCER

Its immense versatility makes the green color look good in any room. Use its light tones on walls to give a fresh touch. Its mint version is ideal to achieve a vintage atmosphere, and if you choose it by pulling gray, it will add an extra elegance.

REALIZATION: ALAINA BINKS. ASSISTANTS: BEN KENDRICK AND CHARLOTTE MURRAY.