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How to decor your cafe ?
If you want adding some colour to your cafe shop,It really is quite easy provided you follow a few basic rules. here CDG share some good tips for you.CDG furniture is a cafe furniture factory.
Breaking it down into percentages
Decorating a room is all about getting the right balance of colours. Too much of one colour for example white or beige, can make a room appear bland and too many colours can make a room look confused and busy. It’s a good idea to divide the colour scheme of your café into percentages with your walls being the predominant colour (60%), your furniture the secondary colour (30%) and accent colours in the way of cushion covers, tablecloths, napkins etc. used to liven up the look, being used for the remaining 10%.
Choosing a colour scheme
Choosing your colour scheme is usually the most difficult part of interior design. You can use a colour wheel to simplify the process and to narrow down your choices to two colour schemes. This makes for a good starting point.
Complementary colour scheme
Complementary colours will be opposite each other on a colour wheel. For example blue and yellow, red and green, and purple and orange. This type of colour scheme can be used to give a clear definition to various parts of your interior. For example you could use a warm red colour for a lounging area where you place sofas and armchairs and use a few small accessories in green to make the area pop.
Analogous colour scheme
These are colours which are next to each other on a colour wheel and generally match each other well to give a relaxing ambience. For example you could use various shades of soft yellow in your scheme and add a warm orange accent colour. Just make sure you have sufficient contrast when choosing an analogous scheme.