The paint of saturated and daring colors can brighten up even the grayest day. In those moments in which the summer sun is not in sight, or our homes do not receive all the light that we would like, it is not bad to add a touch of energy to the color of our walls. Although we also really like neutral colors, you will not see any in these images.
Get your sunglasses ready for these 12 brilliant interiors. You are going to need them!
Bright colors in the hall
1- Bright Yellow
There are few colors more cheerful than yellow, but it is a tone that can be very strident, and that is why it is usually used in small quantities. This Yellowcake yellow has just the right amount of saturation so as not to overwhelm us and that we think is ideal for hallways or foyers.
2- Fairly Subtle Pink
Although we will see other more powerful shades, the adorable and cheerful shade. A fairly subtle pink, but that brightens up any space. We imagine it in a hallway or on a wall in the living room. Pink doesn’t have to be limited to girly kids’ rooms!
We finish the options for corridors and halls with another color from the amazing range. This orange is Charlotte’s Locks, a pretty powerful shade that will work well if used on just one wall.
Bright colors for the bedroom
4- Pashmina Red
The warmth of a tone as passionate as Bruguer Pashmina Red will look great in a bedroom or dining room to give it an oriental touch. If you combine it with light-colored furniture and fabrics, you will give the wall all the prominence. And remember that less is more!
5- Dark Blue
A bit duller (but no less pretty) than the previous color is Blue. The Northfolk beach inspires it, and it is a color that works very well combined with neutral tones.
Living rooms and dining rooms with bright colors
6- Bright Blue
St. Giles Blue color is a vivid shade that will bring a smile to your face and brighten even the darkest areas. It’s a gorgeous color!
7- Bright Pink
For saturated colors… Titan’s Fuchsia, One Layer. In the next photo, they also used it on the ceiling to make it even more daring—a very original way of introducing color into the home.
Doesn’t Guava Juice sound summery to you? That name has been given to this coral that belongs to Bruguera’s Colors of the World.
Bright Painted Kitchens and Bathrooms
9- Turquoise Tone
A Turquoise tone, like Bruguer’s, combined with white works very well to bring light to small rooms. In a bathroom, it looks great, as we see in the image, but we have also seen it in kitchens, bedrooms, and halls with very good results.
10- Lime Green
What do you think of Bruguera Lime Green? In this kitchen, they combined it with other very cheerful tones to create an explosion of color. And it works great!
Brilliant exterior colors
11- Greenish Turquoise
Arsenic is one of the most popular colors, even though a poison inspires its name! It is a greenish turquoise that we like for any room: bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms… It is widely used in kitchens or to paint furniture. We also love it outdoors, to give a summer air to your home.
A magenta like the Bruguer Magenta Sari will give an exotic touch to any room and outdoor patios. India, Morocco… it doesn’t matter if it’s cold or rainy outside; you will have a unique microclimate in your house.