Colour zoning is a new design trend that is becoming more and more popular. This painting technique lets you define, emphasize or showcase room features by applying colour only to select areas. Here are 10 examples that illustrate this concept and the myriad of possibilities that it offers.
1. To define a space, outline the main component with flair and audacity. Don't be afraid to extend the chosen colour right onto the floor!
2. This is a more traditional way, of delimiting an office area while also playing up in-wall shelving.
3. The use of wallpaper to accentuate an architectural feature adds subtle charm to a room!
4. At this surfer-oriented hotel, colour was used to unify the base of the wall with the floor, creating a vivid extension of the sea-inspired decor.
5. The indented yellow square adds an element of surprise to an otherwise neutral room.
6. Colour zoning is an innovative and affordable way to create an original headboard.
7. Whoever said that chalkboard paint has to be black?
8. A single colour applied in varying intensities produces a unique and magnificent textured effect.
9. Herringbone is an attractive interior design trend that can easily be reproduced without the use of wallpaper.
10. From colour zoning to colour blocking! This pink and yellow door delivers a burst of colour and adds a graphic component to the room.