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Color Distribution

via Robb & Stucky

This photo is an example of expert open floor plan color distribution — let us just start with that! The most sound advice we can give regarding decorating your home is to select a color palette and then stick with it so that the rooms flow — even if your floor plan isn’t open-concept. Continue your selected color palette into the other rooms of your home, something that may surprise some of our readers! Interior designers generally create color boards for entire houses that effortlessly flow with complementing fabrics and finishes throughout. These materials tell a story that is full and complete, and is told room by room. Keeping the general palette neutral and switching up pops of accessories is a great and timeless way to go when creating a color scheme for your home — plus it is easy to switch up with seasons or changes of taste!