Turquoise vibrant interior design from Jill Sorensen

I am sure you have already noticed that the most flashy colors are used in oriental design. I’m not certain if this is a characteristic of the oriental design and architecture, but if you want to reconstitute an oriental environment in your own house, you should probably try some daring color combinations that you would probably avoid in other situations.

The next vibrant interior was done by a Swedish interior designer Jill Sorensen. I don’t really know if she wanted to create an oriental inspired living space, but that is the impression that her home gives to me. Actually she says that the house must express your personality and considering she is a happy person she opted for these joyful colors. However, inside her house there are some oriental statutes who strengthens my first impression.

In fact, it doesn’t really matter. All that matters is that this house interior is truly joyful. This effect is given by the combination of some strong contrasting colors which normally you will be afraid to mix. Green, blue, yellow, red, violet and turquoise, all the colors are gathered in the same room.

I am still amazed about how the designer managed to merge all these different colored accessories and furniture without failing with a kitschy look. The details are also very interesting. A special effect is given also by the animal print chairs, rugs and pillows. The furniture is a combination of classical design and modern unconventional assortment.{pics by Tanya Malott and found on houseofturquoise}.



Published by in Interiors, on April 4th, 2012

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