Use of Colour that Clutters:
The way in which clutter presents itself is by perception. A space may not be actually cluttered by stuff but virtual clutter. When a wall for example, has a lot going on in terms of pattern or too many colours used on one item which could be a sofa, a bedspread, a curtain or even a carpet, one needs to be careful not to send a message of ‘cluttered space ‘which really repels comfort of the mind. Worse off still would be to use all these mentioned items in one room or space. Now that’s a no, no.
Use of Colours to Declutter
Heavy colour prints should be used sparingly in a background of a plain wall , carpet or furniture. The use of natural hues the honey browns and creamy yellows create a spacious feeling.