Color: sets a mood, defines a style and serves as a way to hide or improve architectural features. It is often difficult to create an interior color scheme that is attractive and, at the same time, harmonious. A variety of tools, such as the color wheel, can be used to choose the best colors for your home. With a little research, some interior decorating strategies and a little careful planning, a combination of coordinating colors are available to all owners.
The creation of interior color schemes.
1. Get inspiration. If you are not sure what colors or mood you want to create in your home, look through the magazine or visit hotel lobbies near the ideas. You can also research on the Internet to define the preferences of colors and design style.
2. Incorporate what you already have. Include existing flooring and large items of furniture entry in the interior color scheme of your home in general. Use them as an initial step in the process of color selection.
3. Consider personal preferences. Your home is your own space, to choose the selections of interior colors desired to create a pleasant environment in which to live.
4. Know your sources of light. Plan your interior color scheme with knowledge of light sources, such as natural light and artificial light, as variations in light affect the color perception of the painting.
5. Use the color wheel. The color schemes vary from monochromatic (variations of a single tone) to analogs (colors side by side on the bike) for complementary (opposite colors on the color wheel). Choose your inner scheme with the knowledge of the particular mood; each of these combinations creates.
6. Pull the patterns of the fabrics. When choosing an interior color scheme, take a color or two of a sofa pattern, duvet pattern from the bed or design chair to properly select the right hues.
7. Think of groups of three. If you use a pattern to inspire your interior color scheme, opt for the lighter color for the walls and floor, the medium shade for the large items of furniture in the room and the darker accessories and accents for a well-coordinated space.
8. Create a color flow. You want to coordinate colors in homes with an open floor plan, so choose interior color schemes that coordinate to create a harmonious design.
9. Consider your desired mood. Color creates an atmosphere in a home, (that is, red is energizing while blue is soothing), so choose the color carefully to produce the desired ambiance for your interior space.