But are these three colours just good for our national day? Absolutely not! These hues also look good during summer, adding brightness and appeal to your space.
Without straying from the traditional, the colours blend harmoniously and can produce a bold ambiance or a more quite feel. Yes, they are patriotic colours but they don’t always need to look and feel excessively formal or dramatic. Here are some examples of rooms displaying the red, white and blue hues in many good ways
Red is bright but it doesn't always have to be used in tomato sauce bottles. You can feature the colour red in many ways. In the kitchen, red can be the colour of all the cabinets and storage spaces and juxtaposed this to the silver-grey hue of your kitchen appliances like gas range and refrigerator. Paint the wall by the staircase a deep red and hang a huge painting just below the first step of the staircase to keep the wall from looking entirely flat and boring. In the laundry room, red also makes a good colour for your hardworking washing machine and dryer. Who knows, the brightness of it may encourage to do laundry more regularly?
A white canvas offers many possibilities. Adding and removing colours is easy, just add or remove a piece of furniture, flower or plant. White is also a good starting point if you are not yet decided on the tone you want. This hue is simple and clean but it doesn’t have to boring. You can avoid this by using contrasting whites.
The tranquil colour of blue will look great in any room in your home. It comes in different shades, ensuring that you will find something that fits your taste and personality. Get mellow in a blue-inspired reading nook or come alive in an aquamarine-hued kitchen.