Retro Vibes With Purple Living Room
Although purple is a colour that transcends time, it doesn’t hurt to go retro with it. A purple wallpaper with a funky pattern and purple sofa cushions with a cool stripes make for a very retro purple colour room. Purple is used in a bold, out-there way for this particular room, and the overall effect of it is balanced well with the use of neutrals like beige and grey.
Purple Room Decor With Upholstered Walls
Here is a rather unique way of incorporating the shade in your home. A rich velvet upholstered room partition along with the royalness of the colour purple uplifts the look of this dining area and how! The designer lamp, elegant and minimal dining table set and wooden flooring subtly complement the purple upholstered room partition.
You don’t always have to go all out with colour. If you are still on the fence about using purple for your home interiors but don’t mind experimenting a little, this subtle use of purple is the best way to do it. This design keeps the use of the colour purple in the decor to a bare minimum and yet makes it pop against the brightness of white.
Shades Of Purple
This contemporary living room design makes use of two different shades of purple without making it seem out of place. A smart trick with a purple coloured room decor, like the one shown in this image, is to balance the overall effect with a neutral shade like white. While most of the furniture makes the room look modern and minimal, the use of shades of purple gives the room a casually laidback look that makes it seem more inviting and comfortable.
A Purple Elegant Kitchen
Dark, modern and extremely elegant, we like everything about the usage of purple for these kitchen cabinets. Here, purple is intelligently combined with neutrals like white, grey and brown that makes it look quite understated in its elegance. Copper accents simply elevate the overall look of this design.
Modern Purple Living
The all-purple seating arrangement is kept beautifully subtle and classy with its design and minimalism. The wall with mouldings and in a contrasting pastel is a great way to highlight and combine the colour purple in home interior design and decor. What is interesting is that even when combined with a light pastel colour, the overall effect of purple and pastel isn’t sickly sweet.
A Bright Purple Bathroom
We seldom give thought to incorporate colour in our bathrooms. Just one look at this purple tiled bathroom design is sure to convince you to infuse this shade in the most unlikely of places in your home. The simplicity of purple and white works in all the right ways to make the bathroom look pretty!
Think Purple Paint Colours For Your Bedroom
This shade of purple for the walls as well as bedding pairs perfectly with white and black while proving that purple doesn’t have to be a gender specific colour. The use of white in wall moldings gives the bedroom a touch of elegance while the use of black and smart stripes for the bedding adds a touch of darkness and subtlety.
With purple, the opportunities are endless! For those of you who have been in two minds about experimenting with purple for your home interiors, we hope that these bright ideas have managed to inspire you to just go for it! And for those of you who have always loved the idea of purple for your home decor, what are you waiting for? Take one of these ideas and give your homes the much awaited purple spin! Which one of these purple room decor ideas do you think will be most suited for your home? Let us know in the comments section below.