Trending Color: Blue, especially Navy.
Today's world of interior design changes it's trending color like the seasons. One of my favorite "trends" today is the love of the color navy. Wheather it's fabric, trim, paint or accessoires you can find this color in almost any design store or magazine.
While I love the color, I'm partial to mixing it with pops of other colors, such as coral & turquoise (other trending colors). When paired with lighter, brighter colors it keeps any navy color from becoming over powering or too dark.
Facts about Aloe vera: -Aloe gel can be consumed and may serve as a treatment for osteoarthritis, diabetes and treating the effects of radiation therapy. It can also be heated, along with water, and inhaled as a vapor for treatment of asthma. -Aloe gel is commonly used topically for psoriasis, sunburn, dry skin and frostbite. -Aloe gel can be used as a makeup remover and can even replace your hair conditioner. -Cleopatra used aloe gel on her face and body as part of her beauty regimen.
It's amazing how a little bit of greenery can add so much life to a space. Plants, not only produce oxygen & suck out the carbon dioxide, but they can also provide a room with much needed color.
Now don't get me wrong, I'm not a plant expert & I have no "green thumb" but I know a lovely foliage when I see one.
Plants also provide additional color to a room. Though green is the standard color, many plants have a red or blur color tinted leaf. And among the leaves, the flowers protrude with amazing color. In this aspect, you can introduce almost any color & size to a boaring or drab corner of a room.
Personally coral has been a favorite color of mine in fashion for a few years but now you are starting to see coral emerge in the interior design industry with aggression. Not only is coral fun and fresh but it's a happy color. It tends to improve the energy and emotion of any space.
Coral can be used as a main backdrop color or on an accent wall or it can be used as a pop color on accessories such as pillows, lamps & vases. If you're apprehensive about using the color, trimming a pillow or lampshade is a great way to introduce this hue.