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Video: Purple Color - The Interior Trend 2020-2021
2023 Author: Lynn Laird | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 21:10
Autumn is here and with it the desire to give the house a warmer and more cozy aspect. If you are looking for something neutral, but at the same time unpredictable, we have a great idea for you. We have already told you about the interior color trend 2020 and as noted in the list of shades, purple will be part of every contemporary interior until the end of the year and not just. So, if you want to modernize your interior and give it a little warmth, elegance and cheerfulness, bet on the color mauve! We will help you with advice on how to combine it with the rest of the decor and with 20 photos that inspire you to adopt it now.
What is the color purple exactly?
Mauve represents a group of shades of the violet chromatic field that are reminiscent of the pale color of the purple flower from which its name comes. So that means that purple is not an exact color, but various variations of lilac. They are pale or dark, but always in the pastel and neutral range. The term is mainly used in interior design and clothing. So, save it because it might come in handy on your next day of shopping.
Mauve is a pale purple color that falls between purple and pink in the color wheel. According to Color Psychology, it is the shade of decadence, youth and femininity. It evokes feelings of purity and devotion with the mood of a deeper purple. Purple recalls the spirit of renewal associated with spring.
In which room to integrate the mauve?
The purple color is practically versatile. This means that you can integrate it without any hassle in any room. The proof in the photo gallery that we have chosen for you. See how to achieve the perfect interior decoration in the living room, bedroom, children's room and even in the bathroom! No doubt, you will bring softness to each of them, because purple attracts light and invites tranquility for an extremely cozy interior.
What color to associate purple with?
In interior design, mauve can have many variations: luxury, antique, quirky or minimalist. It pairs perfectly with gold and cream pieces, as well as darker purple accents. As a wall color, mauve gives a subtly regal vibe. It's a soft springtime color that isn't as girly as pastel pink or as strong as red. More or less neutral, it can go well with pop colors and even with black. Another great idea is to combine it with the vanilla color.
According to Pantone, purple was the color of the year 2018, but this year it is turning around with its solid pastel shades under the name “mauve”. So, why not combine several colors from the same range? See how in the photo above. Be careful not to turn your room into an oriental market. Awesome to walk around, but not to rest in this super colorful atmosphere. So, only bet on shades of purple and blue and pink colors as small details in the decoration. Also opt for furniture and cushions made from the same fabric.
As a neutral color, mauve pairs perfectly with green undertones. It is not necessary to buy a sofa or curtains in this color. You can simply add some indoor green flowers to give the room some vitality and freshness. Opt for dormer, zebra or hydrangea plants that have flowers or leaves in purple and green or bet on the contrast with an indoor palm.
As we have already mentioned, mauve goes well with black. You can add black decorations or furniture in a purple bedroom or just the opposite - in an all black room decorate with a colorful element. Purple is a nice accent in a monochrome interior. In this context, choose a purple decoration in a white, yellow, gray, green or blue bedroom.