Fashion often influences design trends, and the use of bright colors and neon pink and yellow is everywhere! Or go for orange or lime green, both of which promote vitality.
As technology continues to reimagine textiles and furnishings in things like laser-cut fabrics, 3D-printed designs, and polycarbonate chairs, why would we not redirect our attention to new color palettes that reverberate vibrant new energy? Brands and designers are engaging customers with more experimental, interactive, and playful design, and it's also being seen in interior design.
"I always use neon as an accent statement that layers in with the broader scheme of the room. Using a matte soft white, pale silvery cool grey or even a bold ebony as the overall backdrop wall colour then bringing in the preferred neon statement." Philippa Radon, Trend Forecaster + Color Consultant
Here are a few ways to integrate playful, bold colors into your interiors.
Let the neon do the talking. From custom to quirky, they add a playful element to any room.
Many people turn to mood lighting to improve their state of mind, adding blue, purple, green, and other color-changing illumination to regulate sleep cycles, boost productivity, and improve mood (different colors create different psychological results). Learn more about the integration of wellness in design on our blog here:
Looking for a dash of bright color without the commitment? Consider painting a piece of furniture your favorite bright color. Pair with black and white, and then layer on other neon colors for a cool, creative look.
What’s more fun than colorful fabrics to amp up the electricity of a room? The best part? You can switch them out according to your mood! Check out some other bold, beautiful designs and accessories here.
For a cool yet refreshing color, try Lemongrass, a unique blend of neon and pastel. The color’s undertones present a modern/techno vibe in a light, a multi-functional hue that highlights the impact of solid and bright colors. Paired with crisp white, it leans modern, while a pale gray creates a more mellow mood. Or try a bold pink like Tomfoolery to channel a more lively color story.
Add a bursts of color in the interior of a closet, the backs of open shelving, or try a neon wallpaper like this Lenglen Geometric wallpaper (as seen above) to really make a statement.
For those who still prefer to play it safe, a small amount of neon can inject a healthy new lease of life into our environment. As they say, nothing ventured, nothing gained!
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