Getting the right colours of fabric for your home can be equally challenging and exciting, choices of colours and prints are endless, but you have to find the right match. Deciding the right colours and kinds of
fabrics can be stressful if not correctly harmonized, here are 5 Tips to Get the Right Colors of Fabric To Your Home.
DETERMINE THE COLOR OF FABRIC THAT SUITS YOUR STYLE
One of the challenges of mixing and matching solid colours and patterns is the ability to determine what will look good together, what will clash, and what you really love in the first place.
Before being able to jump into the ideas of patterns, go back to the basic by determining the colour palettes that suits you well. When choosing the right colour for yourself, there is nothing wrong with it, but you have to
choose between the warmer or cooler shades. Every colour has cool and warm sides, so you have to make sure that it complements each other, does not overpower, and can still present your character.
NEUTRAL COLORS SHALL SERVE AS YOUR BASE COLOR WITH LARGE PATTERNS
Large Patterns are very tricky and can overpower anything you put with it in your home. But by putting neutral colours on the walls and floorings, we can then use a few layers of bold prints with the key pieces of our furniture, fabric carpets, and curtains. We can always incorporate neutral coloured fabrics to any large print. You can pick two different patterns of fabric combined with one neutral based colour to provide an accented pattern.
THE EASIEST WAY TO MIX FABRIC PATTERNS, IS TO CHOOSE THE COLOR FAMILY
You can never go wrong with white and monochromatic colours of fabrics, this way you can incorporate other textured fabric colours that will put an accent to your home. Whether you choose a monochromatic scheme in white and black or decide on something playful, use your imagination when selecting the right colour scheme for your fabrics. You can introduce patterns of that colour in stripes, polka dots, chevron stripes, and other bold prints, but it will be easier to combine if it's on the same colour family.
VARY THE SCALES OF YOUR PATTERN
Patterns should be in different sizes and shapes but can be of the same colour pattern. For example, if you have a very wide stripe, use a smaller floral design but try to stick with the colours you have chosen to avoid the clash of colours. Avoid using the same pattern, like all florals, or all stripes.
TRY TO AVOID PATTERN OVERLOAD
You can always consider sticking to a pattern style to create cohesion in space. The pattern over a pattern will create confusion, especially if you mix it with bold and solid colours alongside it.
Remember that any print is a statement, and it must not be an overabundance for the eyes.
AND THERE'S MORE! DON'T BE AFRAID TO BREAK THE RULE!
Trying to mix and match colours and patterns if you feel like doing it will be just fine if you won't overthink it.
Large scale patterns, together with bold and solid colours, will blend its way if you follow your colour scheme. But if there's one rule, it's to maintain your two primary colours and everything else will fall into its place.
With these tips, it’s better to have someone you can rely on choosing the best fabrics for your home. The Yorkshire Fabric Shop has been every home’s best friend in fabrics and curtains for many years. Check out our physical store to see amazing collection of fabrics. You can also explore our online website to get to know about Yorkshire Fabric Shop and our services.