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Want to give your home a new and fresh look? Opt for salmon pink and dark hues for your furniture to give your abode a twist, say experts.
Jade Davies and Adetee Sawhaney have shared some color tips to give your furniture a trendy look:
* Salmon pink or millennial pink: There are many ways you can make the color pink your own. Shades vary from subtle champagne to oyster pink to salmon. The dusty shade of pink known as millennial pink is proving to be an enduring new classic. These rich colors will be seen not only in furniture and fabrics but walls and ceilings too.
* Deep hues: Colours will play a rather significant role in Indian interiors this year. Bold colors are coming in the form of red. Deep hues are being seen in kitchens, sofas, and armchairs.
* Hints of sage: Upholstery in sage can add a fabulous touch of subtle color to a room without being overpowering. Incorporate furnishings with traditional motifs and exquisite ornate designs that add the much-needed vibe of neo-classical style to your interiors.
* Lighter color: Furniture in tones of grey, beige, off-white and pure white are being favored because of their space enhancing qualities with their ability to make a room look larger. Exotic inlay patterns, elaborate contemporary carving details webbed together in furniture details are going to fuse eras together creating the new trends for 2018.