Ombre has been a huge trend in recent years, not only in fashion and beauty but in decorating, as well. It has a beautiful flow to it that is fresh and eye-catching. Depending on how you use it, it can be bold or subtle. Perhaps that’s why it is still a strong trend in design today. Its artistic effect can offer that extra detail that will bring a space to the next level and give it some extra flair. Here are some unique ideas for decorating with ombre that may inspire you for your own home’s decor.
Decorating with Ombre
1 The staircase is turned into its own piece of art with ombre painted risers. The turquoise color palette is perfect for a coastal home.
Photographer: Johnny Valiant
2 For a modern look for your walls, ombre is not only eye-catching but a surprisingly easy DIY project. Follow the tutorial below to capture this look in your own home.
Tutorial: Domestically Speaking
3 Here is another example of ombre walls, this time the color only covering the lower portion of the walls to create the effect of a chair rail.
Photographer: David Rodríguez
4 These stairs were given a splash of color in a unique spot: the balusters. The ombre palette leads you up and down the stairs in a creative way.
Photographer: Simon Watson
5These ombre curtains have a light and airy appeal. The effect is subtle but offers some extra style to the space.
Photographer: Dave Lauridsen
6 Tile creates a stunning focal wall when arranged in an ombre pattern. Could be a beautiful look for a bathroom or kitchen backsplash.
7 Arrange several pillows of three different but related colors to create a very cool and easy ombre effect on a bed or couch.
8 Make that radiator a decorative piece rather than an eyesore by painting it in an ombre pattern, as seen here in a colorful little girl’s room.
9 The ombre ottoman blends the color palette of this living room together seamlessly in a glamorous and eye-catching way.
10Ombre lacquer cabinets offer a bold and contemporary look to this kitchen that won’t soon be forgotten.
Would you include the ombre look in your home? If so, how?