December 12, 2021

5 Tips to Use Purple Tones in Your Interiors

2021 is coming to its end. The new year 2022 calls for new blessings, opportunities, and goals. Besides having another chance to glow up inside and out, the new year is also a great time to rethink your space and incorporate new trends and pieces to recreate a more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing place.

With 2022’s Pantone color being Very Peri, purple tones are currently in when it comes to fashion and interior design. This bluish-purple hue with hints of red symbolizes creativity, inquisitiveness, and the ability to embrace carefreeness and explore different possibilities. 

Introduce the characteristic of this new hue into your home with these five tips on using purple tones in your interior design:

Paint Your Walls

Painting your walls is one of the most affordable and doable ways to remodel your home. Select which rooms you want to repaint with your chosen violet tone or shade. 

Use softer or paler tones for bedrooms, such as lilac, periwinkle, lavender, and purple-gray. You can also use pale purple tones for children’s quarters at your future home at The Forest Residences Midori. Lighter tones establish a relaxing and gentle ambiance. They also give you room to use darker accents and furniture pieces to create beautiful contrasts and dimensions.

For more prominent areas, such as the living room, foyer, and dining room, use darker tones such as mauve, wine, eggplant, and mulberry. Darker violet hues create a cozy and majestic ambiance in your space.

Use Purple Furnishings

If you want more pop in your space, use purple furnishings. Suitable pieces include a violet ottoman, coffee table, flower vases, table runners, throw pillows, and carpets. Place these elements in different rooms in your house strategically to create balance, dimension, and style. If you have neutral walls and prominent furniture pieces, adding purple accents creates a beautiful contrast for your space.

Use Purple Plants

Plants are excellent accents to introduce to your indoors. They add nature and life into your home that has otherwise non-living features. Some of the best indoor plants with purple tones are Coleus, Painted-leaf begonias, Persian shield, Calathea, and Wandering Jews. These plants can either be placed on the ground or hanging planters. Best of all, they’re hardy and perfect for warmer climates such as Quezon City in the Philippines.

Add Florals

Aside from live plants, florals are ideal elements to mix with your interior’s violet hues. They also add texture and interest to your home’s overall aesthetics. Choose drapes and curtains with floral prints to establish a cozy and rustic ambiance in your living room. You should consider other floral-printed items, such as pillow covers, table runners, carpets, and wallpaper.

Incorporate Metallics

2021 may be ending in a few weeks, but that doesn’t mean you’ll have to stop using yellow and gray tones forever. Since violet also symbolizes royalty, why not combine the metallic hues of 2021’s colors of the year with various shades of purple?

Decorate your violet-toned walls with a gilded mirror, gold-plated wall clock, and metallic sconce lights. Go for golden vases and table lamps to help bounce light evenly in your rooms. The metallic accents on violet create majesty and elegance into your home.

Various shades of violet pave the way for homeowners to utilize the colors to create home interiors that establish aesthetics and comfort. Use these five tips to incorporate different purple hues, tones, and shades into your interiors and turn your home into a den of creativity, passion, and carefreeness this coming 2022.

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