It’s winter, cold outside and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so we’re writing a post about interior design colors that warm the heart.
Warm colors warm the heart and make your interior welcoming with a cozy feel. Colors do not have to be red but hues of orange, pink, yellow and yes, red, help to enliven, uplift and brighten a space, particularly during the winter time.
The room below, styled by interior designer Mary Douglas Drysdale, uses Casart Orange Faux Linen removable and reusable wallcovering. The forsythia arrangement is a bright floral that heralds spring and brings out the lighter hues in the orange wallcovering.
A pattern in warm rust and deep orange, reddish colors can imbue a comforting style, especially seen in our customer’s use of the Khatacross design in the MoRockAnSoul Collection for Casart Coverings, easy to install and cut-to-fit wallpaper.
These designs have an interesting but casual feel. If you want to go more modern, consider Faux Glass Mosaic Tile that pairs nicely with complementary cool colors and helps to create a balanced look with a contemporary setting.
A formal look can be achieved with our red Faux Padded Harlequin Wallfinish and our Faux Tortoiseshell designs. We have two Faux Tortoiseshell designs. One featured in “hot” red and the other in a warm, natural colorway with orange and yellow hues.
A pop of one bright color can help center and create a focal point in a room, as seen in the flowers above and in Ann Alger’s Pink Peony.
Flowers that never fade can warm any heart and bring a smile.
Using a pink color to warm your heart doesn’t have to take up a full wall and can simply be an accent wallcovering that highlights pinks already in the room, as seen with this Artichaut design as an artichoke element that symbolizes blossoming love.
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