Remember when you were a kid and you loved all the colors of the rainbow? Loved them so much that your dream room, dream house would have ALL of them incorporated into it? Anyone recall Rainbow Brite?
Adding color to your overall design/theme is what makes that room pop. The vivid blues and yellows and oranges added as a splash here and there. Nothing says class like a neutral couch or sofa and a bright comfortable pillow or throw added to liven up the room.
There is something to be said about colorful furniture. For years we have seen the upswing in the market for brightly painted dressers, and tables and armoires. Turquoise and Fuchsia and bright Lime Green. It’s all in personal preference.
I am a fan of the natural look, or as close to natural as can be with adding some pizzazz here and there. Natural wood, especially imported lumber, has some beautiful colors built right in. All you need is to bring it to a smooth surface and a clear coat for protection and voila. Perfection.
If you want to add color to the wood to bring out the grain patterns or blemish features, wood stain is a gorgeous treatment. Wood stain is wood stain is designed to add color to the substrate of wood and other materials while leaving the substrate mostly visible, drawing out the grain pattern and natural defects in the wood.
As I stated above, it all is in your personal preference. So many choices.
What is your true color of choice?