Finding just the right blue check curtains for your decorating motif and colour pallet can be quite a feat. Often the combination of colours, size or shape of the checks and symmetry of the design dictate the décor it fits best. The warped asymmetrical check patterns in psychedelic colours, perfect for a retro look or modern motif. The larger checked designs, which contain a variety of widths in the checks and colours ranging from monochromatic blue to blue and brown or green, can be quite a good match with traditional décor. The old favourite gingham, always works well for country or cottage motifs.
Blue is a soothing, calming colour that can bring tranquillity to a room. It’s the world’s most popular colour, according to a survey by three international companies. Often offices decorate with shades of blue or have accents in blue, because studies show it increases productivity. However, you won’t find many blue restaurants, since it decreases the appetite. Changing your kitchen décor to blue, or the room where you eat most of your meals, might be a new way to aid weight loss. The various shades and tones of blue dictate the best colour combinations. Many times, you can use the other colours found in the checked curtains to aid you in finding just the right accent colours.