Cozy up this season with OZ Design Furniture

April 15, 2021 BY

OZ Design Furniture's boundless collections help to create a home that you will fall in love with more and more every day.

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Discover your colour this season, whether you are a conservative minimalist or an eccentric individual – we’re here to help you to express yourself through colour.

While it is true that a neutral room colour scheme provides a blank canvas, there is a lot to be said for inviting colour into your home.

It’s time to get creative with how you introduce colour – we are talking beyond a feature wall and instead think statement furniture pieces, art, decor, the depth of finishes, layering tonal textures and beyond.

The colour palette and finishes speak volumes in reflecting your personality in your home.

 

Whether it’s redecorating an old space or moving into a new one, we are currently living in an era of uncertainty.

Your home is your safe haven and should reflect who you are as a person. Do colour well and you’ll end up with an inviting and happy home.
Rooms can be traditional or modern, formal or relaxed, and visually warm or cool toned. Before selecting your colour palette, you have to try to discern how you would like to live in a given space and how you want to feel.

For example, the decor of a home for those who regularly hosts dinner parties and loves to entertain should be different from a home for someone who loves to wine and dine out every night.

The person who plans to host gatherings and parties should have a different living room than the person who dreams only of keeping their space to themselves.

Here’s a little tip, warm colours tend to be livelier and inspire positive reactions. These colours typically work well in dining and entertaining spaces as they are inviting and promote intimacy.

Light colours tend to feel more spacious and airy than darker tones.

Cooler colours on the other hand are often used to bring a calmness to a space and create a relaxed mood – perfect for bedrooms.
Colour can also be used to help enhance the feeling of space and make it feel smaller.

For light colours, for example, tend to feel more spacious and airy than darker tones. Whereas, warm colours typically make a space feel smaller and cosier.

Follow our colour stories this season and you will create a space you love.

Wander into OZ Design Furniture this winter and experience the boundless collections to help you create a home that you will fall in love with more and more every day.

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