Seattle-based interior designer Allison Lind’s clients tend to resist dark interior colors — at first.
Many want their living spaces to feel light, bright and open, which is great for some areas of the home. But painting a small, windowless room all white won’t necessarily make it feel larger.
Sometimes you need to go in a different direction.
“Some spaces want to be the moody, dark rooms of the home, so let’s embrace the darkness,” Lind says.
Many of us spend our days in brightly lit offices, she says, so a richly colored room at home can be a