Sometimes it’s a little boring to use color blocking in décor. It’s not usually a critical element in a space, although it can be and it can stand out in a very natural way. The advantage of using color is that you can use any fabric you want to and any color you can think of for that purpose. There are models in which white, blue or another color aren’t completely monochromatic. Or, rather, there are items that use color blocking to look dynamic but have an industrial touch. Here are some examples of such spaces.
The kitchen, for example, features white furniture and as for the rest of the house, this is also a space that has storage built into the walls. After all, it’s not yellow so the combo had to be interesting, but then again it’s not meant to look drab but rather vibrant because of its color.
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