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Tips for Choosing Modern Furniture Colours
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Tips for Choosing Modern Furniture Colours

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Go Neutral 

When in doubt, go neutral for your modern furniture. Having a piece of wall art or one piece of furniture to use as a statement piece allows you to use neutral colours for your other furniture. Grey, beiege, white, cream – choosing furniture pieces in any of these tones can create a calming and relaxed environment.

Taeillo offers a variety of modern furniture in neutral tones to fit in your colour scheme. The Feyifun Sofa in yellow is great for lobbies, break rooms and homes. The Femi Occasional chair is available for your waiting room. All of our chairs come in neutral tones to ensure they match your decor.

Sofa as a Statement

Tips for Choosing Modern Furniture Colours

 

Sofas are commonly used as statement pieces, whether in a living room, rec room, lunchroom, or office lobby. A neutral colour palette – cream walls, light flooring, silver accessories – with a bright red sofa, or purple loveseat, or green occasional chairs is a great way to create a unique style.


Taeillo's contemporary sofas come in a variety of colours, including purple, blue, and green, to be your statement piece. This is a common decorating method for offices and living rooms.

Add Some Black

Adding a little bit of black in each room is a good way to make other colours pop and create a contrast. It creates a high impact look that can bring out the brightness of other colours. Black tables are a good way to achieve this. With coloured chairs, coloured accessories, and coloured wall hangings, a black coffee table or black desks can easily stand out.


Consistency is Key 

While each room in an office and home can have a different decor or theme, it's important to maintain a similar colour palette throughout a space. Don't put pastels in one room and primary colours in the next. Having a cohesive colour palette is important for consistency, especially for visitors and guests to your space.

Use a Professional

If you're overwhelmed by the options and not sure how to find the right colours for your furniture, contact a professional. If you're hesitant about working with an interior designer, the representatives at Taeillo can help give you ideas and options for decorating your home or office.