A trend that I’ve been really appreciating recently for the home interiors is colour blocking. It’s been all over my Pinterest feed and I’ve been loving the ideas and combinations that have been appearing for the home.
Colour blocking is great idea for those who want interest in their space but not as intense as maybe maximalism might be. And not so plain as a modern minimalist or even a transitional space might give you. Here are some of my favourite and inspiring colour blocking looks for the interior home front!
Colour Block Office Walls
Adding some simple but colourful geometric shapes to your office can uplift the space easily. And you can make them bright or as muted as you like, like the featured office image. Earthy tones work just as well.
Stairway and Entryway
This stairway is colour blocked to perfection using warm and cool colours and popping in a striped wall in the background.
With all the colours used on the walls, it’s surprising as to how calm the overall space feels. Minimal decor and modern furniture help balance the room.
Solid colour blocking just focusing on the walls and the ceiling help create more of a cozy feeling in a larger living room.
A simple colour change can help define a space like your dining area in an open concept home.
Colour Block Featured Areas
Using coloured shapes help define smaller areas of the home that deserve a bit more attention. Like these display shelves and gallery wall.
Colour Blocking For Doorways
I love the idea of colour framing the doors in unexpected ways. A broken up use of colour and a solid yellow block expanded outside the doorframe.
Colour Block Bedrooms
All is needed is a simple stripe down the middle of the bedroom to highlight the bed. Matching soft furnishings tie the colour scheme together. Or go multi coloured for the whole bedroom like this mint and pink scheme.
Colour Blocking For Children’s Rooms
Using colour blocking in kid’s bedroom is fun for the kids whether at nursery stage or toddler. Both these rooms are super cute!
What do you think of colour blocking and which images are your favourite? Let me know in the comments below!