Romance Your Room With Color

Last week, our Westborough location hosted a Design Event where they shared tips on how to Romance Your Room with Color. Topics discussed covered the basic principles of the color wheel, moods that different colors elicit, where to find inspiration, and design functionality in the home. This team sure knows how to romance a crowd, and the incredible treats for attendees didn’t hurt…

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When it comes to color, our Design Associates know decorating can be a challenge. From paint colors to patterns, to textures (oh my!), there is a lot to consider when giving your room some love. Which leaves you asking yourself: Where do I start? Start with getting inspired! Find inspiration anywhere, from your favorite boards on Pinterest to the coastal view you pass on a weekend getaway.

Too often we don’t love the space we spend the most time in: a stale home office, an outdated bedroom or a less-than-fabulous living room. The good news is that it’s not too late to make basic updates. For example, the addition of an orange accent wall can boost creativity and introducing a blue color palette will induce calmness. Our Design Associates encouraged last week’s guests to find visual stimulation in anything and everything: architecture, photography, fashion – bring your inspiration into one of our stores and we’ll make your ideas come to life in your home.

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Maybe you already have your color palette identified but are looking for a classic update to tie your room together. A neutral-hued investment piece like a sofa might be the perfect addition. At the Event our Design Associates featured the Brooke Sofa in warm and cool environments. Which one speaks to you?

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