The color in the interior – gradient, ombre, degrade – smooth transitions of one shade to another, from light to dark or vice versa – allows you to create an unusual and expressive space. Designers use color streamers for both furniture and interiors.
“I would like to see a more innovative and expressive use of color in interiors that doesn’t just rehash the past. I still love the ombre effect, the gradient, and the patina,” says architect Russell Groves, founder of Groves&Co. Architect and designer David Rockwell believes that “in-between” spaces in architecture are the most interesting – and the same goes for color: the “transitional” nature of the ombre effect formed the basis of his tile collection for Bisazza.
Walls and interior textiles are the most obvious canvases for experimenting with color. Paint and wallpaper, tiles and mosaics, curtains, and carpets are used. A less obvious technique is a combination of elements made in similar shades, such as kitchen cabinets.
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