You are probably familiar with the 3D combination puzzle called the Rubik’s Cube. Invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and architecture professor Ernö Rubik, the Rubik’s Cube was first designed as a teaching tool to understand 3D project using 6 different solid colors. What does it have to do with your household? The cube is famous for its vibrant color selection, available in a variety of combinations since it first was released on the market in 1980.
At home, you can recreate a similar feeling by giving each room a colorful upgrade. While it’s a move away from the typical interior color palette, it can be a fantastic solution for creative people who want each room to stand as an individual decor shrine. If you’re looking to revamp your home away from neutral schemes — such as white, magnolia or cream – to find a unique and inspiring look and feel, a colorful Rubik’s room cube can give you all the creative freedom you need. After all, who says you should stick to one color palette when there are so many different paints available?
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It’s fair to say that not everyone would appreciate a vibrantly multicolored interior. You need to be a color lover at heart. To put it clearly, if you’ve been wondering about changing your hair dye for a mermaid or a unicorn style, a Rubik’s cube room decor is right up your alley! Once you’ve selected paint products that can take your home a million miles’ away from a minimalist decor, you can take some time to consider your painting choices. Indeed, this vibrant interior style is what you would call a maximalist decor, and while it can be the perfect choice for your home, you need to be careful about your selection of color. Your orange wall is only going to work if it maintains its warm glow in the light. Indeed, as light affects how you perceive colors, it’s a good idea to use sample patches to figure out the best option for your rooms.
If you love nothing more than lively and vivid outfits, you are going to love the idea of a house full of colorful rooms. Use your corridor are a creative passage between your rooms as a way of bringing together your Rubik’s cube decor. Don’t be afraid to spend time choosing your paints and your patterns; every creative masterpiece needs planning.