BISCUIT COLOR: INTRODUCTION
Do you have to renovate your house and you are still undecided on the color to choose for the walls? Biscuit-colored is a particular solution that is not ordinary, but could be just right for you. Let’s find out how!
Biscuit color is a very light shade of brown also known as bisque. Moreover, biscuit color is a very in vogue color lately; not only in terms of furniture but also in clothing and artistic trends in general.
The biscuit color is a very versatile color, easily adaptable to different styles of decor. In fact, if used wisely, this color allows you to give the environment Shabby shades. Finally, the biscuit color is a color that goes very well with wood. In fact, it is increasingly easy to find furnishing proposals that combine this color with wood, to create rustic settings but at the same time elegant and comfortable.
FURNITURE FOR LIVING AREAS
As mentioned earlier, this color allows you to be very versatile in choosing the ideal decor. For example, if chosen for the kitchen, the biscuit colour can easily bring to mind situations in the mountains, with a good book and a nice glass of wine at the foot of the fireplace, especially if skilfully combined with wood.
A daring but very innovative idea could be to paint your veranda biscuit-colored. In fact, with the addition of plants, wicker objects and the usual wood, you would be able to easily recreate a very elegant and bright environment. Moreover, if combined with paintings or images that refer to the mountains, it will not be difficult, at some point, to believe that you are really in a cabin at high altitude.
Biscuit color could be an interesting idea regarding living room decor. In fact it would be able, thanks also to the choice of a suitable and elegant furniture, to make your room very welcoming and bright. On the other hand, when you choose to decorate a room with the biscuit color is of fundamental importance to give priority to lighting. In fact, if combined with the right colours, both of the other walls and of the various sofas, armchairs and living room furniture, it gives the impression of greater spaciousness and depth to the room.
By definition, the bedroom is the place in the house to relax and release the tensions accumulated during the day. The biscuit color is often associated with this need for calm and relaxation and, in fact, is very well matched to this particular area of the house. The biscuit-coloured walls, if combined with wooden furnishing elements, such as the headboard of the bed, or wardrobes and armchairs, can give the feeling to those who sleep there, of staying in an alpine refuge or in an environment in perfect rustic style.
Finally, here we are at the bathroom. Usually, you don’t tend to choose a color like biscuit color for this room. In fact, if you are going to choose it to furnish your bathroom, you will need to be aware of the risk of making the room small and much less spacious than it seems.
In this regard, it becomes of fundamental importance to choose furnishing elements, such as the shower tray, the console and the washbasin that are in line with this colour. In addition, it might be wise not to make the bathroom too heavy with too many accessories or furnishing elements, with the risk of making this environment, used for relaxation and pure intimacy, an environment capable of “suffocating” us.
Biscuit color is a neutral color that is easily matched with other colors of similar gradation. The most important ones are sand color, beige, ivory, cream color and, finally, brown.
The biscuit color, with hexadecimal color code #ffe4c4 is a very light shade of brown. In the RGB color model #ffe4c4 is composed of 100% red, 89.41% green and 76.86% blue. In the HSL color system #ffe4c4 has a hue of 33° (degrees), 100% saturation and 88% clarity. Finally, the color has an approximate wavelength of 579.87 nm.
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