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Caravan Anise green is a pretty winter color that warms a room while remaining chic. Sober and pleasant to look at, it goes perfectly with gray or brown.
Hôtel Crayon Here is an unusual shade which remains ideal for a fresh and punchy decor. In this room it has been softened by a touch of white: a harmonious combination to start the day in a good mood and face the cold!
Hôtel la Belle Juliette Gray is THE color of winter par excellence! It has the distinction of having many variations and to marry almost all shades. Always very chic, it is particularly suitable for classic decor, design or nature.
Thank you Long denigrated because associated with death and affliction, the purple color is now making a comeback in our interiors. It can be mixed with pink or white for a feminine atmosphere, or as here in gray and blue for a more neutral and relaxed atmosphere. Its complementary colors remain however green and yellow, more difficult to marry in an interior.
Shangri La The great classic in decoration, off-white has the advantage of illuminating an interior without making it cold. In winter, we use and abuse it in all rooms of the house! We can leave it like here in total look or marry it with warmer shades like beige or burgundy.
Ikea This pretty chlorophyll green wakes up the neutral tones of the room by bringing a touch of freshness. This unusual shade gives a spotlight on the furniture here to enhance it, while remaining sober. We can however marry it with other pep's tones (yellow, fuchsia ...) for a more exotic and vitamin atmosphere!
Habitat For centuries pastel was the only source of blue dye available in Europe. It was at the end of the 16th century that it was to be challenged by the more lively indigo. Long associated with summer - for its fresh touch - it is gradually integrated into winter interiors which it softens and modernizes.
Hôtel la Belle Juliette Very feminine, powder pink gently warms up an interior by bringing it a romantic touch. Often associated with childhood and sweet delicacies, the pink color however takes center stage and begins to impose itself in more chic and modern interiors. With gray or black, the mixture works wonderfully!
AMPM Ideal for facing the harshness of winter, this spicy shade enchants us with its soft and warm side. It is integrated into an ethnic decoration or on the contrary modern and minimalist for a sharper contrast.