The colored wall takes on a thousand and one roles in decoration. It can soften a room, wake it up, warm it up, make it appear larger, increase its ceiling height, create a cocoon effect or even separate spaces. Discover the power of the colored wall in 20 inspirations.
1. A colorful clay and mouse gray wall
To warm the room and bring originality. A technique to be adopted throughout the house, regardless of the color.
2. A wall colored in salmon pink
Paint a wall with woodwork in a trendy shade and attach a shelf halfway up to put on a little decoration? The contemporary idea par excellence.
3. A wall colored in mint green
Imposing, this mint green can get boring. The trick? Shade it with plants and transparent containers (and perhaps opt for a simple section of wall)!
4. A wall colored in majorelle blue
Give your interior decoration a boost by opting for an electric blue wall. With white furniture, the room travels.
5. A wall colored in khaki and blood orange
Those who are not cold-eyed will oppose shades that have nothing in common like khaki and blood orange. Vintage atmosphere guaranteed, twisted by contemporary furniture.
6. A wall colored in charcoal gray
To bring style without taking too many risks, opt for gray. And if you appreciate the shades, mix the nuances for a worked finish.
7. A wall colored in lavender
Revisit the mauve on your walls by associating it with gray tones and wooden furniture to counterbalance its little layette side.
8. A colorful wall in light blue and beige
To define the spaces, play with the color of the walls. A children’s area in the living room? A living room open to the entrance? To each his own color.
9. A wall colored in old rose and ox blood red
For a contemporary kitchen, the base of the wall is painted in the same shade as the base units in the kitchen. The goal: to create movement. And to soften it all up, we opt for a cocooning shade!
10. A wall colored in sky blue and salmon pink
The good idea? Play on the effect of depth by mixing colors to give the illusion of a larger interior!
11. A wall colored in Khaki green and gray blue
The width of the bands plays on the impression of height: if your ceiling is low, the bottom band should be larger. If you want to decrease this feeling of height, do the opposite.
12. A wall colored in concrete gray
This shade of gray will suit all those looking for sobriety and modernism in their interior.
13. A colorful wall in burgundy, curry yellow and lagoon blue
To bring real personality to your room, dare the unexpected mix of colors like this trio of burgundy, curry yellow and lagoon blue. And if you prefer to play the card of sobriety, consider painting a frieze or a door frame.
14. A wall colored in pastel pink and duck blue
Pastels have the advantage of bringing delicacy, an ideal element in the bedroom.
15. A wall colored in celadon green
Bringing a touch of nature to your interior is possible thanks to a colored wall in a celadon green shade. This soothing color goes wonderfully with wood elements and, of course, plants.
16. A colorful tie dye wall
Create a gradient of green in your living room. Objective is to enlarge the room and play the card of originality!
Other than living room
17. A colorful wall in very childish sky blue
Perfect for a child’s room, sky blue! Combined with rattan furniture and a section of geometric wallpaper, the little ones will be there like in a cocoon.
18. A wall colored in brick red
To bring style and play on the depths, we paint a brick red kitchen wall but also the interior of its niches!
19. A wall colored in old pink
For an interior as soothing as it is elegant, nothing better than to opt for soft colors (like this old rose mixed with camel) mixed with noble materials such as marble and copper.
20. A wall colored in verdigris
Combine verdigris with a curry yellow to energize a bedroom. This color also finds its place in a living room with a natural feel.