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Looking To Add A Regal Touch To Your Home? Let Purple Help

Adding purple to you home can add an elegant touch in any room.
Adding purple to you home can add an elegant touch in any room. Photo Credit: Wallauer's Design Center

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Purple, long considered the color of royalty and creativity, is a combination of varying blues and reds and can add exotic flair to different rooms in your home.

Generally, dark purples such as a grape or a berry hue work better in formal living and dining areas. Conversely, bright purples can bring energy to a child's room while softer purples such as lilac can work great as alternatives to an off white wall.

Deep purple and grape have a certain majestic feel to them and evoke luxury. Benjamin Moore's Darkest Grape (2069-30) adds a strong accent when combined with warmer, softer colors. An off white color such as Benjamin Moore's Paper Mache (AF-25) can be used as a trim to prevent the purple from overpowering the room. In addition, a ceiling color such as Benjamin Moore's Proposal (AF-260) can add to this feeling.

Soft hues such as lilac can be alternatives to off-white walls; creating a peaceful backdrop while adding color. The palest of blue-tone purples, Benjamin Moore's Wisteria promotes peaceful and easy feelings. To keep the color from becoming lost in a space, adding a dark color for a trim such as Benjamin Moore's Carbon Copy.

To learn more about what purple best suits you home, contact the design experts at Wallauers or visit their website.

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