Check Out 7 Spaces With Gorgeous Gradients

These rooms throw shade in a good way.

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Why choose one color when you can have an entire spectrum? 

Gradients are all about throwing shade in a good way, softening bright color while adding dimension and depth. Using gradients is one of our favorite tricks to incorporate several colors into a room without layering too many separate patterns or colors. By creating a continuous blend of subtle color transitions, gradients connect colors in a room in a way that helps everything match.

What’s more, this trend looks amazing in a variety of forms, from rugs to art to wallpaper to décor to accessories. Our advice? If you really want to maximize the gradient effect, go big with more than one at a time.

Scroll for some serious gradient interior inspiration that’s our style of shady.

Photo: Justin Coit; Design: Consort Design

Indigo Guatemalan Pillow by Consort ($139) 

Photo: Fran Parente; Design: Ashe + Leandro

The Steelheart Dining Chair by Peg Woodworking ($850)

Photo: Didier Delmas; Design: Daskal-Laperre

Gemma Vase in Horizon by PAX Ceramics ($39)

Photo: Christopher Patey; Design: Consort Design

"Stop Sign" by Nicole Cohen ($360)

Photo: Nicole Franzen

Black Abstract on Linen by Anna Ullman ($2,000)

Photo: Joe Schmelzer; Design: Consort Design

Higher Five" by Carly Jo Morgan ($4,125)

Photo: Christopher Patey; Design: Consort Design

Skultuna Boule Vases ($102)

Which gradient vignette captures your true colors? May our comments section be your coloring book.

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