Burgundy color as heart of the design of an apartment
I'm sure I already told you about how much I love the eclectic style, but did you know that I'm a super fan of burgundy color? It fascinates me! It is a color that brings a sense of elegance to any look. And in this apartment it was chosen as the protagonist in one of the walls of the room, thus bringing a touch of sensuality and sophistication to the space. Definitely, this is a strong color, but you must have noticed that it doesn’t look suffocating, but rather the opposite. This is thanks to the choice of the other colors of the palette and the accessories that complement the design, it can be said that they have been selected very carefully.
As I already told you, I love the old pieces, and I cannot take my eye off that record player on the sideboard of the room 🙂 I love that they have positioned it along with the protagonist wall. Another thing that I really like about this apartment is the choice of luminaires, they are totally different styles (look at those of the living room) but they complement each other perfectly.
Did you notice the position of the rug? It is placed diagonally, it gives dynamism and movement to the space. It completely breaks the scheme marked by the square walls, being painted with strong colors. The room is undoubtedly the central space and protagonist of the entire apartment. The other spaces are created around it and are beautiful in palettes of natural materials and light and neutral colors, without taking away the prominence of the room, or saturate the apartment with strong colors everywhere.
I think this is one of the things that I love most in this apartment: that the burgundy color is only used in the room because it gives a sense and unique spirit to that room, making it the heart of the design. The other rooms, such as the kitchen, blend with the palette of the room using a slightly mahogany wood, slightly reddish tone, and white tables and chairs that illuminate the space.
Would you use the burgundy color somewhere in your house?
Images credit: Alvhem