In multi-hued clubs, equipment can be a focal point and send the right message to your members.
While it may seem counter-intuitive, neutral colors can be a great support for the rest of your design. In interiors, neutral tones can be used in a variety of applications. They can cool a space down, create depth, and even invite comfort. It all depends on how you use them.
Neutral colors often take on characteristics of the other colors in a palette and can be used to reinforce those influences. The basic neutrals include black, gray, white, brown, and beige. In the right context, gray, for example, can be seen as sophisticated and powerful. It’s one of the most flexible neutrals, as it can be seen as warm or cool, or traditional or modern.
Black is generally considered timeless and sophisticated, and a great partner to almost any color. It makes other colors appear brighter. Even very dark colors can work well with black when texture differentiates them. Depending on the space, black’s ability to absorb light can make walls recede and rooms look larger. It can be used to ground elements in a space or create gorgeous, elegant contrast.