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Color schemes you will like to try in your home, like, right now

Martha Taylor-Brown ▼ | December 8, 2018
It is time to revamp your home and bring in a touch of fall. The best way to do just that is to switch your color scheme for a more colorful one.
Color schemes
Interior   Switch your color scheme for a more colorful one
Scarlet redWhat better way to bring such a vibrant shade such as scarlet red then by making it the main staple with a red couch. This perfectly delicious color with hints of orange in it is quite the fall staple. There is something about the shade that screams bold and daring; however, many will shy away from it because it could overpower a room. The key is having this color blend in with other hues that allow it to be the powerhouse it intended to be.

MustardTake your door from regular to outstanding by painting it a bold mustard hue. It’s the perfect complimentary hue to even the simplest of all rooms. Mustard is the perfect shade when you need a brightening hue that brings the home back to life without using Spring or Summer colors. It is the perfect blend of yellow and orange without bringing too much into the room. If you’re afraid of how daring the color can be, paint a wall or two or even a door in the bold hue.

TerracottaTerracotta is the perfect blend of brown with a reddish undertone. It’s not only fall approved but it's sophisticated and chic while having that classic feel that comes from rich colors such as this one. This is another excellent form of bringing hues of brown to your home without having an overly neutral hue. Pair your terracotta element with rich hues of navy for the perfect brightening element against the edginess the shade itself tends to ommit.

OrangeJust like traditional orange is the way to go when it comes to fall décor, burnt orange is as well. Burnt orange is a beautiful blend that’s a bit more rustic and cohesive. Add it into your décor when you want that classic fall vibe without having to add much to it. Consider it as one of the best falls touches you can add to a room. When working with burnt orange you want to allow it to make the statement it was intended to make. The key is pairing it with darker hues to help the shade flow throughout.