Decoration Wednesday, July 12th 2017.
Since navy is such a bold shade of blue, using only solid-color textiles may come off feeling a bit harsh. To temper the look, search for navy items in a variety of patterns, prints and textures. This will allow you to incorporate pops of the hue among other, more familiar shades.
Typically, this trend is seen in furniture. You can either mix and match tones — as seen above — or choose one shade to act as an accent color against your more neutral pieces. Either choice will infuse plenty of visual interest into the room. Those who are afraid to commit to making a large purchase may want to try out these colors in throw pillows or other textiles. That way, you’ll be able to swap them out more easily when you’re ready for a new look.
As for which other colors will mix-and-match best, there are plenty of options. Navy works well with just about everything. To bring brightness to the room, consider either a sunny yellow shade or a bright orange. However, if you’d rather focus on the room’s richness, opt for something like a regal purple or ruby red.
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