Contemporary Wall Art Colors that Complement with Eggshell-Colored Walls

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Eggshell and other shades of white are considered basic and safe tints. When choosing a wall art, pick a shade that would best complement your wall by using contrasting colors, by applying colors with two shades that are lighter or darker, and by incorporating the mix-and-match principle.

You can play around with various tones to make your home look exciting and full of life. Take your fears away when it comes to doing some combinations since that only hinders you in getting the exact mood you want to create. If you start with safe colors for your wall like the eggshell, here are some tips on what color perfectly matches with it namely:

Use contrasting colors

Eggshell tone looks like it belongs to the shades of off-white and cream; therefore, I would suggest to have a contrasting tinge for your wall art to make it stand out. This means that if you are using a strong color for your wall. See to it that your wall arts will balance the environment. If you apply all dark colors, it will make an impression of a dim surroundings while, when you use mostly light colors, it can create an empty and dry look. However, when choosing a contrasting shade for your wall; also consider something that matches your other home decors and interiors. Always establish a theme when decorating your home especially when we talk of a color scheme. Combining colors may either enhance or spoil the entire look of your home. If you have a hard time figuring out what could be the best tint to mix and match, do not forget to use the color wheel. Half-side of the wheel represents the cool side while, the other half is the bolder side of colors.

Apply colors that are two shades lighter or darker

Sometimes, there are people who really find it hard to differentiate what hue matches well with a particular shade. For an eggshell tint, use wall arts of at least two shades that are darker like beige, mocha, and even brown. The opposite applies if your wall is darker, use two shades lighter for your wall arts to make it somehow noticeable. When both the wall and wall arts have flat colors, it will not create any change or effect at all. Remember that white color along with its related shades can reflect light, which make the space look big and brighter whereas, warm colors reveal a more comfortable mood. To sum up, the colors you apply must create harmony in relation to the other existing colors in your home.

Mix and match principle

Do not be afraid to experiment by mixing and matching. This type of hue is easy to match because it’s a safe color in the first place. If you are not very familiar with the color wheel, kindly visit and take a quick glance about what color combination is all about. Based on the wheel, this color will be more striking when it is matched with the colors directly opposite its shade, which are the shades of violet. Just control its intensity by choosing the perfect shade, so that one color is vibrant and the other is calming.

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