Let your design choices shine with bold colors

Apr 12 2011

Bold colors matched with neutral tones can work wonders to pull together a space.
Bold colors matched with neutral tones can work wonders to pull together a space.
Nina Topper has been designing homes since she was a little girl, when she regularly rearranged her home's furniture. She eventually went on to graduate from George Washington University with a degree in interior design, and recently took some time out of her busy schedule to share her design philosophy with The Seattle Times.

Topper uses a multitude of different schemes, but she believes that pairing neutral colors with bold hues is a wonderful way to open up a space.

"I prefer neutrals for open areas and circulation with a common ceiling and trim color to enhance flow and continuity. Really saturated colors in these rooms can be very successful. It is unexpected and fun," Topper told the news source.

She also believes that homeowners should approach each space with a certain aesthetic in mind so that the style choices aren't vying for attention. Lastly, she believes that fresh flowers and small potted plants can work wonders to make a house feel like a home.

Roller shades are the perfect way to renew the look of one's interior in many styles and colors, as well as increasing energy-efficiency by controlling air leakage.  
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