Published at Monday, January 29th, 2018 - 13:22:21 PM. . By Dianna Gorat.
This left lots of white space in between, creating a dimensional impression of space. This would be perfect for adding flower power to a small bedroom, without being overwhelming. The pictorial pattern is excellent for making into straight panels for the windows, walls or for enclosing a wardrobe space. Fixing the panels into trailers would create a Japanese styled, sliding- door effect. The dynamic pattern would appear like a large mural.
Whether you choose beautiful yellow bedding and throw pillows, stylish table lamps in golden yellow, drapes in daffodil yellow or even a dashing rug in canary, make sure that you repeat this accent hue elsewhere, and keep the backdrop as muted as possible for the best visual impact. Throw in Some Red! This sounds like too much color in one room, you say? Not really, as the inspirations below showcase ever so elegantly! While combining blue and yellow with a splattering of red might seem a bit overwhelming in theory, the three colors seem to work in perfect harmony when used intelligently.
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