Colour Drenching: using one colour or various shades of it, across different surfaces in a space.
We are seeing a big move within the industry towards deep, warmer & richer shades, and not only on the walls. It is becoming increasingly popular to carry the same colour – or a shade of it – onto the woodwork and even the ceiling.
It doesn’t have to stop there though.
Jump on the current ‘colour drenching ‘ trend and go for furniture in similar hues to create a sense of intmacy and comfort. This style of decorating can give you the perfect backdop for a statement piece, whether it’s a bold piece of furniture or a striking chandelier.
If you want to break it up a bit, metallics and natural textures are great to disperse blocks of colour without compromising the overall effect.
It is important not to forget the 5th wall – also known as the ceiling. Painting the ceiling & the woodwork in the same colour ( or shade of ) as the walls, can elongate the space as there is a more cohesive flow to the room. This can work to accentuate small spaces.
You don’t have to go dark, this can work just as well with neutral or more timid colours. The key is to keep this colour going on all the surfaces.
Little Greene show this perfectly:
Why not give it a go?
If you’re not sure where to start or what to do, book in for an interior design consultation with one of our team.