Maybe I’m wrong (Hungarians, chime in) but it seems that red and
black, or red and white, are very traditional, “Hungarian” colour
pairings. I’ve never been into red, black and white
but you know how even if you might not like something, sometimes if you see it enough times, you kind
of get on board? Well, after seeing red, black and white in the Museum of Ethnography and in Hungarian crafts and art (traditional and contemporary), I’m starting to think there’s
some potential in the colour palette . . .
I’m liking all of these red, black and white spaces. I think the key is lots of neutrals, like a healthy heaping of white (mmmm, you know I love white), with black and white accents used sparingly, or for a focal point. Clean, contemporary lines keep the look from being too gothic.
Yup, seems like I’m sold! Are there any colour palettes you never thought you’d like, but now do? Or am just exceptionally susceptible to peer pressure?