Why are colors so important in our lives? Why is it crucial to create a perfect color scheme for our space? It’s because color is a form of non-verbal communication that can radically affect our mood and emotions when you walk into any space.
The way your eye translates color and color combinations can affect how you interpret the style, mood, and overall comfort level of the space. In fact, one of the most asked decorating questions is how to combine colors.
Color theory is the science about how we interpret the colors we see in the world and how we respond to specific color combinations and proportions. Color theory starts with the color wheel. Of course, the primary colors are red, blue, and yellow. They’re the building blocks of all other colors on the wheel. They cannot be made from mixing other colors.
Secondary colors are the ones that can be created by mixing two primary colors. These colors are orange, green, and purple. Tertiary colors are the six shades that can be made from mixing primary and secondary colors.
Analogous Color Scheme
Create an analogous color scheme which uses three or more colors that sit next to one another on the color wheel. Since you're using three colors for this scheme, proportion is important to make sure the space field is balanced. You may want to incorporate a 60-30-10% rule to keep a good proportion between colors.
When you’re someone that prefers to have a neutral color as palette for the overall look of the space, you’d want to add a pop of color into the room. If that’s the case, you can apply an analogous color scheme into your accent elements and accessories as well.
Design Pro Tip: Your home’s interior design with analogous color scheme will be sure to turn heads when used with Cool White LED lighting kits from EShine.
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