Three principles of wooden door collocation of Shi

2022-07-22
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Color matching is an art. From the choice of the main color of the wall and ground to the style matching of wooden door furniture, if the color is not harmonious, it will give people a very messy feeling, which will directly affect the overall decorative effect of the home

color matching is an art. From the choice of the main color of the wall and ground to the style matching of wooden door furniture, if the color is not harmonious, it will give people a very messy feeling, which will directly affect the overall decorative effect of the home. Take wooden doors for example. In home decoration, many owners often only pay attention to the material of wooden doors when choosing wooden doors, and ignore the color matching with decoration style and other indoor furniture. So, what is the color relationship between the choice of wooden doors and the overall home decoration style? Next, I'll give you a detailed introduction

the color system conforms to Mo monotone

dark wood doors with dark floors are often used in conservative design or traditional style design. Such matching is common. The traditional decoration concept is that the color of walls or doors should be lighter than the ground, which can stretch the visual sense of space. Medium color flooring is relatively used frequently, which belongs to a relatively safe color. Even if it is not well matched, it will not go wrong. The matching method of medium color floor + dark door is very common, and it is used in many styles

overall coordination echoes

as an important decoration of the facade space, the wooden door can be vivid only when it is compared with the wall. If the wall is white and the wooden door is still white, the space will lack vitality. For people who have a special preference for light colors, they can try to paint the walls with light yellow, light blue and other colors. Light colors can create a sense of scattered space visually. Of course, the drop of colors should not be too large, otherwise it will also give people a feeling of confusion. At the same time, the wooden door should also echo with the color of the furniture, so as to have more overall coordination, so that the whole decoration looks natural and integrated

the style is consistent but not abrupt

the decoration style of home is mainly divided into Chinese style, European style, simple, classical, etc. the wooden door should not only meet the requirements of home style in color, but also be consistent with home decoration style in shape. The clever combination of shape and color can derive a variety of styles, creating a lot of imagination for the overall collocation of the house. For example, the traditional Chinese wooden door has a strong classical atmosphere, full of cultural atmosphere, and looks restrained. Shiyou wooden door designers pay attention to the basic elements of Chinese culture, and cleverly learn from the characteristics of elements with the meaning of western representative style, so that the wooden door appears smooth, square and appropriate; In terms of visual effect, calm contains power, and moderation contains breakthrough, so as to perfectly present a new modern Chinese style, integrate color into modeling, and create changeable style collocation

(Shiyou wooden door - pure white mixed with oil)

(Shiyou wooden door - Liriodendron - sealing paint)

many decoration lovers will give priority to the material and technology of wooden doors, but ignore the color matching of wooden doors. In fact, the importance of paying attention to the color matching of wooden doors is no less than the high standard requirements of materials and technology. Shiyou has always been very attentive to the color matching of wooden doors, giving professional home color matching guidance to home decorators. As the saying goes, people want clothes, and Buddha wants gold. The wooden door is the symbol of a door, and it needs a high standard of color matching to make people bright

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