Purple Wallpaper

Purple Wallpaper

Purple wallpaper can add variety to home interiors, as it is a very rare colour in nature, some people consider it to be artificial, but that should not deter you from using it in a home decor scheme or interior design project. Purple in its strongest value is vibrant but can be overwhelming if used too much, it sits between the primary colours of blue and red on the colour spectrum, and the shades of mauve, lilac and purple blur edges and walk the line between masculinity and femininity.

Purple Designer Wallpaper

is often associated with a modern and contemporary design theme, or modern art deco interior design styles. Purple and violet works well as an accent colour and modern wallpaper designs use a greater variation of hues and tones such as mauve, violet, lavender, plum, magenta, and mulberry. The likes of plum and aubergine are more complex and darker tones can evoke a gloomier and more sombre feel to a room or interior space, and are used often in purple damask wallpaper.

Purple Wallpaper Feature Wall

can be achieved with careful consideration when designing using this colour choice, its complimentary colour is yellow, and touches of gold look fabulous against intense purple as does sharp lime green. People often ask what colour goes with purple wallpaper well, deeper shades such as aubergine can really be brought to life on luxury wallpaper by using silver and metallic effects to create a stunning feature paper. Plain purple wallpaper with textured surface effects either vinyl or grasscloth are often used to create feature and statement wallpaper when using this colour.

Purple Wallpaper Bedroom

As light purple evokes romantic and nostalgic feelings, a pastel purple wallpaper, or paler values of violet, are more subtle and can be used without being to overbearing and therefore work well as a bedroom wallpaper or sensitive interior spaces. Due to its association with rank and royalty luxury damask wallpaper designs regularly include it as a colour choice, and it can often be used in check and tartan patterns to create a vintage feel.