3 Easy Ways to Incorporate the 2014 Color of the Year in Your Home
February is here and what better way is there to celebrate the month of love than to fall in love with your home again? One great way to breathe some new life into your home is by adding Pantone's Color of the Year, radiant orchid, to your space. Pantone's selected colors are the trendy pigments that start out making waves on the fashion runways, and quickly make their way into stores and homes. Whether you own your home or reside in a Las Vegas property management rental, here are 3 easy ways to incorporate the 2014 color of the year in your home.
Radiant Orchid is a vibrant hue that exudes great joy, love, and health according to Pantone. This warm harmony of fuchsia, purple, and pink undertones pairs well with a multitude of color schemes and can help add a punch of color to your home.
If you're feeling bold, ask your Las Vegas Property Manager if it's okay to paint an accent wall in your home. If so, the kitchen is the best place to add this pop of color, or anywhere that you'd like to draw focus to, such as an art and photo wall or decorative mantle.
Subtle touches of radiant orchid in your living or family room also make a charming statement. Try adding patterned throw pillows or window coverings that feature this sweet shade. An area rug is another fun way to integrate radiant orchid as well as better divide your living space.
If you're in love with this energetic shade, but not interested in making big changes to your Las Vegas property management home, you can always accessorize with plants. A radiant orchid vase filled with fresh flowers for your dining room table is an inviting addition. Or tastefully designed silk orchids can revamp the nightstands in your favorite rooms.
Have some fun ways to infuse this hot new color trend in your home? Join us on the Simply Property Management Facebook and Twitter page and share your ideas and photos. Happy decorating! –Greg
Simply Property Management – Paielli Realty, Inc.
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