Today, colors like beige and tan aren't the only hues that can be classified as neutral. Homeowners and interior designers are constantly thinking outside of the box, finding innovative ways to use traditional colors. A popular trend this spring is to utilize a variety of hues as backdrops for your design palette. One of these shades making a big splash in the interior design realm is navy blue. How do you use navy as a neutral hue in your home, you ask? Take a look at some of our helpful decorating tips:
- Floors: When it comes to interior design, many homeowners overlook their floors. However, much like your windows, your floors can also help unite a design scheme. If you're looking for ways to jazz up your tiles or hardwood, look no further than stylish throw rugs. These features are chic and affordable. Choose a solid-color mat or opt for a funky pattern like Chevron or plaid.
- Walls: "Whether wallpaper or paint, adding navy to your walls will infuse your home with a dramatic flair," writes Jen Wallace on design and lifestyle website Ecosalon. If you don't want to paint an entire room blue, you can always opt for a trendy accent wall in a bold color like cobalt or royal blue.
- Windows: There's no better way to achieve the navy blue trend than with window fashions. Adding blue curtains and drapes to your living room is a simple solution without the commitment of giving your living room a fresh coat of paint.
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