What colour are your chairs?

interior design

What colour are your chairs?

interior design

What colour are your chairs image

One thing I have been trying to do is to bring the sets that I use a little more up-to-date and this is part of a modern apartment set designed open plan with an integrated kitchen area. In this view you are looking just at the dining area with the kitchen to the left.

The set is modelled on a British style apartment and is very straightforward. The only pattern in the room is the wallcovering which is a pattern called Norton which you may have seen me use as cushions on Redbubble. Despite making excellent cushion fabric, this pattern also lends itself very well to covering walls as you can see.

However, the purpose of this article is to draw your attention to the chairs. I have to admit to liking these chairs since they are both practical and extremely comfortable. However, one aspect of interior design that seems to have come to the fore recently is that of colour choice for individual elements in a room. In this case I have made two of the chairs a different colour and you can straightaway see the effect.

If you are buying new chairs, this is easy to do since you only need to buy two chairs of one colour and two chairs of another. If you already have chairs then it is a little more difficult. If the chairs are not new then it is quite possible to paint them different colours and this can look quite effective.

As ever, you can also see larger versions of this and my other work on my Flickr page which is here.

About Mike
I design and create 3D interiors and mid-century inspired surface patterns

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