Color blocking!

Color blocking literally means putting 2 or more solid color in a space. It is an easy and effective way to spice up your space. The bold look of color block can range from sophisticate to electrifying depends on the intensity and amount of colors you use. 

 

A twist on primary color. This palette here is dynamic. When doing color blocking, do stick with color with the same intensity, it is also helpful to have a color wheel so you can see what color goes together.

A twist on primary color. This palette here is dynamic. When doing color blocking, do stick with color with the same intensity, it is also helpful to have a color wheel so you can see what color goes together.

Black and White Blocking: The contrast between the two make for a stunning palette. Classic and crisp, it can be playful or sophisticate. 

Black and White Blocking: The contrast between the two make for a stunning palette. Classic and crisp, it can be playful or sophisticate. 

Another example of Black and White blocking. With more white in the balance, this modern room has a more relax look to it.

Another example of Black and White blocking. With more white in the balance, this modern room has a more relax look to it.

Black and White Blocking with a Spike: In between Black and white there is grey, the perfect neutral. It looks fabulous with pretty much any color. That and adding another color for a fun and unexpected look that versatile and easy to work with. 

Black and White Blocking with a Spike: In between Black and white there is grey, the perfect neutral. It looks fabulous with pretty much any color. That and adding another color for a fun and unexpected look that versatile and easy to work with.