Nordic Living Space Design is a living room concept that you can try this year. Moreover, the combination of tan color variations will make it look even better and attractive to anyone who visits.
Tan itself is a pale brown color. This color belongs to the light brown color group. To make this type of brown color, you can use light colors. Like white and yellow added to the basic brown color. Its name comes from Tannum (oak bark) which is used in the tanning of leather. The first recorded use of Tan as a color name in English occurred in 1590.
There are many variations of the actual tan brown color, from Windsor Tan which was recorded as a color name in English in 1925, Tan Tuscan which was recorded as a color name in English in 1926, Tan Crayola which is an orange-brown color that has been called tan since 1958 in Crayola crayons and 1990 in Crayola markers, and Sandy Tan which was also formulated by Crayola in 2000 as Crayola marker colors.
This color is widely used as a color scheme, especially for walls, and is widely chosen as the color for furniture. A deep warm impression will radiate from him. You can also apply this elegant color to your living room, of course, with the right mix of concepts. The Nordic concept is one of them that you can use.
Well, here we provide an interesting idea about living room design by using variations of tan colors with a blend of nordic concepts. But beforehand watch the following video.
Watch Nordic Living Space Design with Tan Color Variations Video:
When viewed from the video above, the living room uses a Nordic concept which can be seen from the use of some special furniture such as sofa cushions and blankets. Not to mention the natural decorations such as indoor plants and also decorations made of wood elements which are applied to floors and furniture. The Nordic impression is increasingly dominating with the presence of Nordic sculptures and paintings.
When you enter the room, you are greeted by treats with bright colors and are generally neutral in nature. The Nordic concept itself generally uses white which seems to be the dominant color in the Nordic interior concept and is then refined with other light and soft colors such as light blue, light brown, neutral pastel colors to variations of the Tan color.
For the tan color itself, it is used as the paint color for walls, floors, furniture such as storage tables, and some special furniture such as carpets, sofa cushions, and also blankets.