Gone are the days when blinds could only be found in white, off-white or other neutral colors. Today, blinds can be purchased in a range of colors. But with all the choices, it can be difficult to decide what color to choose. Though there are no set rules for choosing the color of a blind, there are some different methods that designers use to choose the right color.
When choosing the color of paint or other wall covering for a room, the general rule is that smaller spaces should be painted with a lighter color that can help the room feel larger. This rule also works well as a general rule for window blinds, larger spaces are better for darker colors, while smaller spaces look better with lighter colors.
In rooms with brightly colored or wood stained window trims, the trim color is an important consideration. In cases where the trim is brightly colored, it is usually a good idea for the blinds to match the trim or at least be a shade of the same basic color. In fact, blinds with a dark color that complement the window trim can give the room a dramatic look. However, blind color does not have to be dictated by the color of the trim, but it is important to make sure the window trim and blind colors do not clash with each other.
Though there are many different choices, blinds in soft off-white colors are still very popular. These colors match a variety of colors and can complement virtually any furniture and furnishings. Neutral colors can be a good choice for those who frequently change their décor and who want to keep the same blinds for many years. Neutral colors are also less likely to show small amounts of dust or dirt than bright colors.
If there is a feature of a room that is unlikely to change, a homeowner could decide to match the blinds to that feature. For example, a stone fireplace or rustic hardwood floor is unlikely to be removed from a room. In this case, the blinds could be matched to the feature. As the furniture or wall color in the room changes, the blinds would still work as they complement the primary feature in the room.
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