Terrace Design

Terrace design in color – two examples in red and green

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A red and a green terrace, which bring the warmth of nature home

In today’s article we want to show you how to achieve a similar feeling through two very different approaches. Because today we have two areas that are dominated by the red and the green color.

But both lead to a great inner harmony and a feeling of being close to nature.

Here you are. See for yourself if we are right with our assessment!

In the first picture, the red is not only present at the cupboards. Through the dark shaded, warm wood trim it seems to penetrate all the details. Wherever the reddish accents have otherwise remained discreet, they now come into their own. Did you notice the strong effect of the red flowers in the two large plant containers in the right part of the picture? And how great is the row with the decorative tiles on the back wall, do not you think? Also, the small decorative items on the shelf and the red colors in the screen now seem more noticeable. The gray and green accents are almost urgently brought here, so you do not burn in this red “fire”!

Terrace design and interior design ideas in red or green

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Here you can see the longer perspective of the same room. It is obviously an open floor plan that combines dining room and kitchen. The same thing that was said before works here as well. The wooden bench on the side got a red upholstery. The flowers in the basket-like flower container on the table have also been executed in one of the bright nuances of the red. More dynamic, but also extremely rustic through materials, and therefore the whole is natural.

Red in the kitchen and in the dining area

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Just as overwhelming as the red is the green in the next picture. Apparently, they decided to let this shading dominate, putting spots on an Ombre effect. This has been done in the case of green plant containers. They have been executed in a spent shade of green mixed with blue. It looks a little lighter than the leaves.

Green plants as living home accessories

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Green is the color of nature

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The remaining colors that occur here are mainly different shades of brown, gray, light gray and white. Here is the equipment as in the picture before very close to nature. But this time you do not feel like you’re in the country, but like in the forest.

Vertical garden on the wall

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Carefully plan the greening of your terrace

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