Purple is becoming a popular decorating color in all areas of the home. You may have never considered decorating in purple but it is a big trend. Yes, lavender and pink have been a popular color combination for a girl’s bedroom as long as girls have loved purple, but now purple is growing up.
Sophisticated shades of purple from deep plum to whispery silvers with lavender hues are showing up in living rooms, dining rooms and master bedrooms. This color can work in either masculine or feminine or gender neutral spaces. It is lovely in a room with a cool, tonal color palette such as this dining room. Or it can be paired with its cool color sisters of blue and green. Mix lavender with gold accents for a complementary color palette that feels sophisticated and serene. Plum and browns create a rich, dramatic feeling room.
The lavender chairs in this modern dining room have a little more pink or red in the color than the walls and this allows them to pop despite this being a monochrome palette. The pendant lights have more blue undertones and being a darker hue helps them stand out.
Even monochrome room needs a few neutral shades to help balance the color. The light wood and jute rug in this dining area act as both a neutral shade and a contrasting color because they have yellow undertones that give them some warmth. Black or white would also work in this space. A white parson’s table would be great with the modern chairs and pendant lights.