Your color palette is a huge tool that you can use to add a plus to any table setting. It´s not only about organization/distribution, table settings need harmony in every way, this is what really causes that in addition to comfort, there is a visual appeal.
Decorate always keeping in mind the base colors and matching hues, to create an inviting atmosphere that your guests will never forget.
The colors are really magical, you can create a large number of sensations and looks from them. The hues that you use must always be oriented to improve the integration with the space, giving visual weight or increasing the perception of amplitude.
Similarly, colors should stick to the season, without the need to be so strict, you can start from the traditional and incorporate your own design elements.
What can transmit the colors?
- Styles balance.
Colors have the power to envelop a room and the guests in it.
When you choose intense hues, such as royal blue, yellow, hot pink, etc., you are providing an electric jolt, which is often associated with wisdom, intelligence, success and confidence, in summary, the effect is irresistible.
2. Styles balance.
Keep in mind that colors can create a bridge between styles. When you are setting a table, you can use it to design a mixed look by choosing vintage elements such as checkered tablecloths and vivid-solid colors for napkins, table runners, dinnerware or cutlery, adding a touch of modernity.
Let your imagination fly.
You can create something attractive and funny. Decorating with unexpected colors can update a traditional room, making it playful. Mix colors with textures and patterns to achieve a spectacular look, there is no reason to get stuck in old definitions of decorating styles.
Strategic hits of color can make a comfortable room feel even more cozy.
Use pastel hues such as white, ivory, light pink, light blue, etc., for creating an inviting look, with a sense of intimacy. These colors will provide a sheer appeal, ideal to spruce up your special occasions and give your guests a new reason to stay.
“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud”