Colour blocking is a great way to elevate and transform your space. This simple painting technique will add depth and colour, and can be used to define a specific area within your home- such as the dining section of your kitchen. Colour blocking gives you the freedom to design your space exactly how you want to, choose every detail from the colour right down to the shape and size of your colour block to create a unique look in your home.
Take a look at this gorgeous Pantry Blue colour block as one example of how you can use this technique in your own interior space. As can be seen here, Pantry Blue has been applied in a simple rectangular shape to give definition to this study area. This is a great idea for those working from a corner or small nook of a room and are looking to separate their workspace from their living space. This concept can be applied to so many different areas of your home, why not consider using this technique to draw attention to your favourite console table in your hallway or give focus to that beloved piece of art hanging in your living room?
To help you re-imagine your space and create your own colour block at home, we have compiled all of our expert tips and advice into one short how-to video. Choose your favourite Colourtend shade and follow our simple steps to give your room a fresh new look. We have used Silver Birch, a gorgeous green-grey from our Contemporary Collection to define this dining space.
Get in touch with us if you have any questions on colour blocking your space. You can reach us online via our live chat feature on our website, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our social channels @colourtrendpaints. You’ll also find further inspiration and ideas over on our social channels, find and follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.
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