Self-Initiated Project: Colour Pallet

While looking through many designs of living rooms and kitchens, I wanted to see what type of colours where being used for modern builds, I noticed that it was either light and white with vibrant or cool colours to break it up or it would be dark furniture with patterned area to break it up. Also there where many textured surfaces, so bare stone/ brick and wooden panel textures, yet not full wooden pieces of furniture.

The colour I want to go for is a light bright type of feeling, so a lot of white, light grey, creams and soothing cool colours like greens, blues and yellows to break it up a bit, aswell as this there will be many polished wood textures that are in the room.

Colour Pallet

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~ by reeceharry on February 27, 2014.

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