Purple is a fascinating color since it’s the coming of the spectrum’s two extremes: crimson, a fervent and arousing hue, and blue, which can be serene and calming. For that reason, I think purple is a color choice that provides great balance, but it can be a challenge to find just the right tone that works. Many people think that lighter lavenders are juvenile, and some of the midtones may be overly vibrant. A great solution is to go dark and look to the plums and deep purples.
Purple makes an eye-catching accent color, and it is ideal for places that you want to get noticed.
Paint select: Purple Hyacinth by Benjamin Moore
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc..
Deep reddish-plum is frequently known as scarlet. This color is elegant and classic. It looks best in a setting , like this bathroom.
Tufted, purple upholstery says luxury. Here, coordinating window treatments help produce a very complicated space.
Praktyczne i Piękne
This bathroom has a lighthearted feel that’s accentuated with pretty pink and purple towels. Brown, pink and purple produce an unexpected color combo, which can help reinforce the casual appearance of the space.
Silk or satin bedding in almost any color is extravagant, but also in regal shades of plum it looks more sumptuous.
Lizette Marie Interior Design
Painting your ceiling purple is a daring move, however in this room it visually lowers the ceiling to make the room feel more cozy, while all of the varying shades of cool and warm purple tie the whole room together.
Paint select: Forget Me Not by Sherwin-Williams
A rich color of violet paired with gray is stylish for a contemporary space.
Interiors by Myriam, LLC
Within this Asian-inspired bedroom, purple, gold and rich wood tones all come together to create an opulent setting.
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