Last summer I worked as a Segment Designer for a new HGTV show set to air in the middle of 2019. On set, the producers kept making reference to "hero colors" when we were talking about the upcoming projects. Design-talk and television-talk are a slightly different. When the producers where talking about "hero colors" they were referring to what my main accent color in the project was going to be. Since then, I always think of my main accent color as my "hero color".
HOW TO CHOOSE A BOLD COLOR SCHEME FOR YOUR HOME TIP 1: SELECT YOUR HERO COLOR
The walls and carpet in this space are a silver grey with a large curved teal accent wall. I chose a golden yellow color as my "hero color" that I sprinkled throughout in the accent pieces.
HOW TO CHOOSE A BOLD COLOR SCHEME FOR YOUR HOME TIP 2: BLEND WITH SOLIDS, TEXTURES AND PRINTS
Geometric patterns, rich velvet and textured throws blend the color scheme perfectly in this space.
HOW TO CHOOSE A BOLD COLOR SCHEME FOR YOUR HOME TIP 3: WALL DECOR
It was challenging to find just the right solution for this curved accent wall. My client painted a set of 6 1"x3" boards to balance out the weight of the TV but not to distract from TV viewing.
HOW TO CHOOSE A BOLD COLOR SCHEME FOR YOUR HOME TIP 4: MOODY BLUES
To keep the room from feeling 'one note' we added various hues of blues to the space like the leather cocktail tables.
HOW TO CHOOSE A BOLD COLOR SCHEME FOR YOUR HOME TIP 5: CONTINUE COLOR SCHEME DOWN THE HALLWAY
We added original wall art that complimented our color scheme down the adjacent hallway.
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Interiors photographed by Deb Shields Photography.