Well matched colors

There comes a moment when you have to select the colors that we like the most from an endless palette of paving stone colors. What should we focus on to make our decisions remarkably good?

Don’t exaggerate
When arranging our home environment, we should remember not to mix more than 3 shades of paving stone at the same time. Too many different colors distract the eye and introduce compositional chaos. It is not worth turning your space into a fair of variety as a result of indecision.

In line with temperature
When choosing colors, let’s be guided by their temperature. Combining warm with warm (yellows, reds and browns) and cold with cold (grays, graphites and greens) is safe and never causes aesthetic dissonances. The same applies to blends - space arranged in warm Indiana shades will be pleasantly brightened by additions in latte colors, and cool onyx will look great in the company of Sahara colors.

However, if we decide on contrasting compositions of paving stone, let them be well-thought-out. Let them enliven the space, attract attention and give clarity to the composition. We may therefore be tempted to compose white and graphite or enrich the colors of autumn with shades of purple in blended lava. If we are not certain of our choice, ask Polbruk specialists for help. This is important because colors that are not chosen well can lead to irritability and a bad frame of mind.

Tradition versus modernity
Colors are often selected so as to match the nature of the surroundings. Modern blocks of buildings and minimalist spaces look much better in the surrounding of cold blends, for example alpen, onyx, Sahara and pure shades of gray. On the other hand, spaces idyllic in nature - homely, simple and natural - will be perfectly warmed up by latte or Hawaii blends, finished with an addition of bronze.

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