Yearly, color is given an accolade. Sweet, huh? Why do you think that is? There is even an institute that governs the forecasting of global color trends.
There’s even a system that organizes market-relevant colors. It is called the Pantone Color System.
The Basics of Using a Color Wheel
In interior design, however, there are some basics you need to know when using a color wheel.
Complementary Colors - These are colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel, like blue and orange or yellow and violet. Complementary colors are usually used as accent colors in small quantities.
Triads - Triads form a triangle on the color wheel, like yellow, blue and red; or orange, green and violet. These colors can also be used as accent colors, but they must be balanced. If not, they can overwhelm a room.
Analogous Colors - These are groups of colors that are right beside each other on the color wheel, like red, orange and red/orange.
Monochromatic Colors - Keeping it simple, this is the use of only one color, but in shades from dark to light, like navy to powder blue.
Cool and Warm Colors - Cool and warm colors are typically used to create a mood in a room. Cool colors are blues, greens, and purples, while warm colors are reds, oranges, yellows, and pinks.
Non-Colors - Non-colors aren’t found on the color wheel, but still, play a very important role in interior design. Non-colors are the greys, beiges, browns, whites, and black.
According to the Pantone Color Institute, the color of the year for 2020 is Classic Blue. A timeless, enduring color like the sea.
Blue. It makes you feel calm, safe and relaxed. You usually see blue in logos of banks, software companies, pharmaceutical industries, and even the government uses it. The color evokes calmness, spirituality, security, and trust.
Seeing the Classic Blue causes the body to create chemicals that are calming. It is no surprise that it's the most popular of all the colors. It is also considered beneficial to the mind and body. It slows human metabolism. It is also strongly associated with tranquility and calmness. When blue is used in the bedroom, it produces a feeling of luxury and a calming effect.
Enjoy your bedroom in magnificent blue when paired with EShine LED lighting kits!