One of the most popular trends this year is incorporating nature and sustainability in the interior design of your home. Reusing and reinventing furniture from decades past is incredibly trendy. What started for some as a fun activity to keep busy during the quarantine turned into a full-fledged hobby and business for others. Finding old, worn, and lived-in furniture and turning it into something modern and unique is all the craze. Finding colors that go with those refurbished furniture pieces and paint that highlights them is essential. Not only is restoring furniture great for reducing materials used and promoting recycling and upcycling, but it also creates a distinct and elegant style that is hard to replicate with modern furniture pieces.
Greys, reds, beige’s, and deep greens are the most popular colors that accentuate these refurbished and unique antiques. Deep reds such as Caliente AF-290 and Raisin Torte 2083-10 are perfect for helping redwood shine in a room. For darker redone pieces in a grey or black color, the wall colors in the beige and green family add a special touch to the room. Pashmina AF-100 is one color that would genuinely help make the renovated furniture pop, as is Herb Garden 434. These neutral tones are perfect to offset wooden furniture and furniture with hints of gold or pieces with rustic features. These are simple styling tips that can take your den or family room to the next level. It will have people talking about your home and will make it a cozy and tasteful space.
When it comes to redoing a space, several factors need to be taken into account. Not sure if the color you’re choosing will work with your refurbished furniture? On the fence which shades to use in your space? Our team of designers would love to assist you in building your dream space. Serving Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam New York, our design experts are available for in-home as well as virtual consultation.