Nude Style: The Trendsetting Colour That Elevates Your HomeInterior Design & Decor
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Have you noticed many recent shopfronts like clip dolls machine shops, cafés, and clothing shops incorporate interior design style that is different from the past?
What they have in common is the use of pink, nude, and gold colours, coupled with beautiful lights and green plants to create a "girly" interior space, drawing influencers to take Instagrammable photos!
Why is the shop starting to use nude colour?
Imagine we live in the big city of steel and cement and work in the black and white office, the growing accumulation of square designs often make us feel tired and stressful.
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However, pink and nude colours are exact opposites! It has the function of soothing our eyes. And the term nude will let us relate to curvy body and gentleness, inadvertently giving us a relaxing feeling.
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You might think it is too girly or pinky that you can't carry it... That's ONE big mistake - the nude style consists of other colours too such as light grey, flesh or even blue colour!
You can incorporate nude colours into the minimalist style, such as pillows, accessories, decorations, and furnishings at home or even brush your wall with nude colours.
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The nude colour also looks incredible at places where you work and study hard, such as the study room.
If you have friends who are worried about how to design their new home, do not hesitate to share this blog piece with them!
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