Inspiration can come from anywhere. A movie, a song, a vacation overseas, a visit to a friend’s house or even an amazing meal; you can find ideas from any nook and cranny of your life. And when it comes to interior design, color palettes and ways to decor your new apartment, dorm room or refinished kitchen you’ll need lots of time to create a vision. Today, we’re using blueberries and cranberries as our inspiration. The shapes, the shades and the combination can all make for lots of fun, food inspired decor ideas.
1.Rich and Rustic.
A rich cranberry may be the perfect color to adorn a room that you want to have a cozy, nestled feeling. In the kitchen, pair this smooth tone with some farmhouse vibes for a down-home, yet stylish and organized, look.
2. Summer Art.
It could be a DIY piece or a thrifted framed photo found at your favorite hideaway store, summer fruits can be a great seasonal accent. You can make it as subtle or as vibrant as you’d like while still adding interest and personality to your space.
3. Contemporary Coated.
A blueberry shade is so full of life when used as accents that it’s hard to remember what the color can do on it’s own. Coating a room in this almost navy tone is a quick way to create drama and a bold contemporary style.
4. Nautically Made.
A blueberry blue and a cranberry red can be easily seen as a nautical pairing. So, embrace it! We think this style works lovely in young boys’ bedroom and guest bathrooms.
5. Funky Fresh.
This color duo pops right off the pages, the walls and your homes every corner. So, it’s only natural that you use it for the funkiest room of the house, from the game room to the family room!
6. Literal Festivity.
Cranberries are the fruit of the winter. Whether in your drink, in your holiday decor scheme or filling your lantern, they’re quintessential Christmastime spirits.
7. Patterned Parts.
It could be of cranberries or blueberries, a combination of blue and red polka dots or vines of simple fruits, either way these two yummy treats are perfect inspiration for lots of playful patterns. Try this idea in the bedroom linens or throw pillows in the guest room.
8. Concisely Clean.
Use a neutral, light palette and enhance everything with small pops of cranberry and blueberry. It’s refreshing and although, not universally complementary, you can create a new, unique style by following this example.
9. Rogue Rivalries.
Even though these colors battle each other when paired, if used in the right ways, in the right rooms and in the right amounts, they create an eclectic atmosphere fit for a studio apartment or recently revived cottage.
10. Modern Touches.
Bits and pieces cranberries can also be a great way to bring life and vibrancy to a lighter, brighter room. In a bowl or in a vase, cranberries can act both color accents and textured pieces.