A room, which is super White, will clear your mind and make you feel a lot fresh and lighter. White reflects the light while fading the walls and thus making a space seem larger. Some whites are in shades of blue, some are pink or green, but this range of Indigo white is nothing but white in its purest form, without any tinge of other colour. Yet it isn’t stark or cold, just light and airy.
At Indigo, we are firm believers of disintegrating the edges of a room by going dark and mysterious. This fantastic Indigo deep gray flannel colour, is even more effective if you use it in high gloss to reflect the light and create more spatial magic. Pair it with crisp white moldings and white furnishings, with accents of powder pink, pale blue, lavender, or mint green.
Shadow can be your friend, especially in a small space. Painting a room a dark color camouflages the fact that it’s small. A deep blue (name) creates the perception of depth. Add greens in it to warm it up to remind you of those glazes on English Aesthetic pottery. Polish it even more if you want to add to its liveliness.
This is a soothing Indigo sand color that expands a space and creates a feeling of warmth and continuity, especially if you use it on the ceiling and the walls. We appreciate the way it takes on the glimmer of the light coming in and yet keep up to its own integrity. It’s the perfect backdrop. The neutral walls recede and you focus more on the furnishings than on the size of the room.