Can Dark Colors Be Used for Small Spaces?
Making the right choices will do the trick
The answer to the question is a resounding "YES!" While some of us may have the notion that dark colors do not work well in small spaces, choosing the right shades and pairing it with the right furniture can work well in tiny homes.
“With proper arrangement and choice of furniture, a dark color scheme won’t go wrong. Dark, cool colors would make the walls recede,” shares interior designer Rochelle Granali.
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“Use charcoal gray as the dominant color, paired it off with complimentary colors of yellow.”
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“Ash gray can be the dominant color. Use maroon for the accent wall. Charcoal Gray and white can be used for other pieces in the room.”
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