Retro colors for home decor

All trends are known to close, which means that many retro touches and ideas can easily be incorporated into your home decor to give it an on-trend feel. If you want to add a colorful touch to your home, choose traditional retro hues like gold, burgundy, dusty rose, mint, red and emerald. How to combine them with style? Here are some ideas!

mint

Mint is an informal and very refreshing color often seen in vintage and vintage-inspired interiors. It is ideal for spring and summer and brings a happy mood. Consider it a soft but striking addition, a pastel statement and pair with darker pieces for contrast or with other pastels for a soft look. Mint is great when you want to add color to your room but don’t want to feel too bright or bold.

Burgundy

Burgundy itself has always had a sophisticated undertone, but a richer, darker tone adds an air of mystery. Pair it with metallics to make this classic shade elegant and fun. Burgundy can also add a beautiful, colorful touch to any neutral or pastel room. This color is ideal for angular, atmospheric interiors. Mix them with shades of black, dark gray and plum and you get pure sophistication.

Dusty got up

Dusty Rose is a very old world color, a soft pastel shade that always brings a feminine feel to the room. It can be used in light or pastel colored rooms for a soft, colorful touch, or you can add a soft statement to the monochrome room. Dusty rose is often used in fabrics – curtains, carpets, upholstery, which is a simple idea and such items can often be changed if you wish.

magenta

Not only does this shade remind us of the 1960s for its boldness, but now it becomes the perfect accent shade to tie it all together. For a softer look, choose a neutral space with magenta accents. For a contrasting look, choose darker colors and magenta accents. Because this color is intense, sometimes just a few touches are enough: a magenta rug, countertop, dresser, artwork, or anything else you like.

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