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4 Best Colors For Small Spaces And 25 Examples
Decorating small spaces is traditionally done in neutrals only as it’s considered that they make tiny spaces look bigger. But having a small space doesn’t mean that you should stick only to neutrals, this rule doesn’t work anymore! The key is knowing what shades to use and how to distribute the materials that you already have so the room never feels small, it feels dainty and fresh. The following shades are proper for small rooms and they will give them a character.
This shade is bolder than traditional navy and it won’t make your room that moody. This is making a statement and giving a touch of color without going too dark and such a color will add personality to the space. Pair it with neutrals for a contrast that will give a feeling of a large space instantly.
a small living room done in blueberry blue, with a black and white tile floor, various prints and arched windows
a small bedroom done with blueberry blue color blocking, graphic artworks and pritned textiles all over
a tiny kitchen done with blueberry blue cabinets, shelves and white to maximize
a tiny kitchen with a wooden statement wall, blueberry blue cabinets for a touch of color
a tiny kitchen done with white and blueberry blue, with touches of graphite grey and some prints
a refined yet tiny living room with blueberry blue walls and a bright blue sofa for a bold touch
a neutral dining nook with a blueberry blue niche for storage and matching pillows that add color to the space
Don’t go for total black in a small space but if you want something dark, prefer onyx, which is brighter. Onyx works due to how daring it is when it is contrasted with other hues that brighten the room. This is a daring solution but it works!
a small bedroom with onyx-colored walls and a matching lamp to make it bold and with a character
a small farmhouse entryway with onyx-colored furniture and a door that contrast white and red touches all over
a monochromatic entryway done in onyx and neutrals to make it bright and contrasting and with a bold touch
a tiny powder room with onyx walls, white stone for a contrast and a floating black vanity for a shiny touch
an onyx powder room with a contrasting white sink, white towels and shiny black penny tiles
Pink isn’t only a feminine color, it gives has a hint of glow that will make any room feel warm and sleek. It’s all about making the room come to life in general. You will get the most out of the room when you work such a chic hue and blend it with a textured bit or even shades of black.
a bright yet small bathroom with pink printed tiles and all white everything to create a bold and catchy contrast
a small makeup nook done in the shades of pink - they soften the nook and make the space girlish at the same time
a small kitchen done with pink cabinets, a bright printed rug and neutrals to create a contrast
pink paired with bright whites make the room bold and very catchy, such a combo is very refreshing
refresh a fuchsia small space with whites and touches of metallics for a refined and chic look
a soft shade of pink adds warmth and coziness to this small kitchen, neutrals make the space bolder
a small yet contrasting bathroom done in pink and white, with a statement wall and matching towels