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Using Color in Home Design & Décor

Color is an important part of any home. Whether you prefer light, neutral tones or vibrant shades that pop, color schemes are an integral part of the overall design. Whether the main focus or complementary, colors can provide contrast and make statements to help achieve your remodeling goal (modern chic, timeless elegance, or anything else).

Are you looking for ideas for your home? If you’re planning to remodel in the near future, these pictures can give you design inspiration and help you think of ways to use color in your home!

Furniture—chairs, pillows, lamps, etc.—is a great way to provide pops of color and contribute to the overall color scheme.

Color in Home Design

Color in Home Remodeling

Color in Home Decor
Pops of Color

 

Wall paint can also be used to incorporate color.

Wall Colors

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Sometimes it’s all in the details—décor pieces can easily be used to add pops of color to any room.

Color in Home Remodel

Color in the Kitchen
Color in Home Decor

 

Wall tiles help not only protect against water damage but also provide color to the space.

Colored Wall Tile
Colored Bathroom Tile

 

Even things like cabinets and appliances can add color to a room, providing contrast and visual interest.

Blue Oven
Color in Home Design

 

Remodeling in Washington, DC

If you need help bringing your remodeling vision to life and creating a home you can enjoy for many years, contact the award-winning team at Wentworth! Also feel free to view our portfolio to see more pictures of past remodels we’ve completed in Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia.

“ I would STRONGLY recommend using Bruce Wentworth up at Chevy Chase Lake -- it's a design-build firm so you have an integrated team working for you.  We started out a kitchen-family room project with another design-build firm and it would be hard to communicate exactly how much BETTER the design that Bruce came up with was. Bruce and his team also did a project for my daughter and her husband this past fall which was amazing. ”

L.M., Chevy Chase, MD