Today – Using a colour wheel to plan your room is both simple and effective.
Using a colour wheel to plan your room – top tips
Do you wonder how to go absout usign a colour wheel to plan your room?
Well, in order to help you out George at Asda have created a colour wheel full of advice on how to create a colour scheme for your house/room. All you need to do is pick your wall colour and you get a host of other colours to consider when matching furniture and room accessories!
You can see read all about this and take a good look at the colour wheel here
A colour wheel problem!
This sounded great in theory but I had a bit of a problem. All my walls are white! So instead I tried to match the dominant colour in the room when looking to accessorize.
To practice with the colour wheel by reviewing some of George Home products I chose my son’s bedroom. This has white walls with blue accessories, but was looking rather tired and dull.
Using a colour wheel to plan your room is deeply satisfying when you see the final results. It is well worth the time taken to explore.
With blue being the dominant colour I went for more blues and turquoise. Although the colour wheel didn’t tell me to, I kept the white in there too as I like it and it makes the room look fresh and clean.
“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” ~Marcus Aurelius
Using a colour wheel to plan your room – does it work?
What do you think?
Using a colour wheel to plan your room – does it make a difference?
I think it looks lots better and much more cohesive and dare I say it a great deal more stylish.
I’m very proud of this little makeover.
The bedside light runs on batteries and looks so cute in the little glass jar. We are going to invest in a few of these fairy light jars for the garden too. The bedside table is practical and sleek and the duvet is a bargain £8 and is reversible in case you fancy a change!
We went for a plain cushion in the end (there is a lot going on in this room) but I think the colour selector did a good job with the turquoise and the blue. It looks good. I cannot wait to get the beanbag in too.
It wasn’t hard to do and the extra effort with the colour wheel has made a huge difference.
A simple and inexpensive room makeover with George Home, helped hugely by their colour wheel!
Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” ~Wassily Kandinsky
Using a colour wheel to plan your room make it a lot simpler! You might also like my post on where to start decluttering