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The matching of various colors in decoration is a headache for most people. If the color is too single, it will appear plain, and if the color is bright, it may be too greasy. Too much and it will be confusing. Today, the editor is here to share with you tips on matching curtains to make your home unique.

What are the elements of choosing curtains? That’s right, it’s the color. Because different colors of curtains represent different personalities, different emotions, different age groups and different social circles! Color has a huge impact on people’s mood. For example, the layout of the bedroom itself is relatively long and narrow, the walls are painted pink and green, the sofa is gray and white, and the curtains are light yellow, and they are also made of light-transmitting materials, which will really make people feel depressed and uncomfortable. . Therefore, the color of the curtains must be coordinated with the overall layout!

According to the characteristics of different rooms and personal hobbies, you should choose different “character” colors. Warm curtains should be chosen for the living room, which is warm and luxurious; green should be used for the study; balanced and static-colored curtains are better for the bedroom; white is suitable for the dining room; neutral and cooler tones are suitable for dark north-facing rooms. The atmosphere is elegant; in sunny rooms with better lighting, choose millet red or yellow curtains to adjust the strong light into soft astigmatism.

The choice of curtain color focuses on “coordination”. Its tone and texture need to be coordinated with the furniture of the room, the decoration style of the room, and the interior walls, floors, and ceilings to form a unified and harmonious overall beauty. Furthermore, the choice of curtains is the most critical to coordinate with the owner’s psychological feeling and color preferences. For example, the color matching of red and green, blue and orange, red and blue, yellow and purple will make people have a bad psychological feeling, and these incongruities are mainly reflected in the color matching of curtains and floors, furniture and bedspreads.

 

For example, the walls and furniture are yellowish, and the curtains are also beige and apricot yellow, so that Although the color selection seems harmonious, if you stay in such a color-matched room for a long time, you will inevitably feel “dizzy” psychologically, so it is more reasonable to choose light blue, green and other colors. Another example is the use of medium green curtains on the light lake-colored walls. The color is uniform, but it feels colder. Using medium to light warm tones can solve this problem. When choosing curtain colors and materials, you should also distinguish between seasons. In summer, use thin, transparent and soft yarn or silk, preferably in light color, which is breathable and cool; in winter, it is advisable to use thick and fine flannelette, with warm and heavy colors, to highlight the thickness and warmth. In spring and autumn, thick ice silk, floral cloth, and imitation silk are mainly used, and the color is preferably medium. The calico curtains are lively and lively, suitable for all seasons.

1. Red – easy to attract people’s attention, excited, exciting, loyal, warm and bold, full of vitality, symbolizing enthusiasm, auspiciousness, celebration and glory. Negative Fatigue, danger, nervousness, restlessness.

2. Orange—highly eye-catching, with a greater sense of temperature than red, prone to fatigue, and a harvest color.

3. Yellow—the most common color in nature, it gives people a sense of brightness and abundance, and it is the color specially used by ancient emperors, symbolizing nobility

4. Green – most suitable for human eyes, reminding people of spring, health, tranquility, peace and wisdom.

5. Blue–the most layered, reminiscent of the vast, deep, pure, rational, and long-lasting. Negative is cold, gloomy, poor.

6. White–pure, innocent, simple. Negative is sad and cold.

No matter how you match it, as long as it does not look inconsistent, it is a good choice. Secondly, for curtains, fabrics, materials and Texture is also very important, such as cotton and linen texture is natural and low-key, velvet texture is soft and delicate, chenille fabric is thick and high-profile, jacquard fabric is elegant and fine, and silk or imitation silk fabric is soft and glossy. Different fabrics will also change the whole collocation. Finally, I hope this article can give you some help and advice!

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