27 idÃ©es crÃ©atives pour rÃ©aliser de superbes terrariums, pour votre dÃ©cor d’intÃ©rieur
27 idées créatives pour réaliser de superbes terrariums, pour votre décor d’intérieur
Bright radiant colors surround you when you live in the Colorado Front Range. In the spring, flowers and shrubs replace snow-covered peaks. In the summer, color changes from the shining blue sky to lush pines, to the pale Aspen trees whispering on the summer breeze. In the autumn, the color develops with liveliness and vitality, which flows through the mountains. Layers on color layers fill the space between winter snow and summer skis.
Bringing the living colors inside and living with them in your home can be a challenge. You don't want too many, but you want them all.
Sky blue walls dance with radiation when neat white clouds glide over the ceiling. Rich green attire covers furniture arranged in a cozy conversation group. Floor paint on rusty mountains, in hard forests is covered sparingly with rugs in rich gold tones, which echoing the color of falling leaves. Throw pillows in lemon yellow, gold, orange and red decorate sofas and an open floor space. Darker wood tables hold living room accessories, burnt brass lamps pick up the rock minerals colors and artwork inviting in vibrant colors.
When you take color into the room, look at the whole room and consider for a moment the feeling you want while you are there. In my living room I want to feel as if I am standing in a mountain bed surrounded by pine trees, blue sky and colorful Aspen trees. I wanted to feel the rich mountain soil's rich heat beneath my feet. More than anything else, I wanted to hear the wind raging through the pines.
With a color scheme so brilliant, you need to consider the intensity of color and light, as well as how much of the color you really want to experience. Because so much of this room was covered with knotty pine forest, natural stone in the fireplace and the mountain windows, I could add the colors of the mountains in large pieces as well as the small pieces with high power color that bound the entire system together.
Of course, everything started with a painting I bought at a local art exhibition of mountains, glowing Aspen and tall pines. There are many opportunities in the Colorado Rockies to buy affordable art from local artists. Just visit any gallery and choose your job.