When designing the interior, whether it is a cottage, apartment, office or store interior design, I pay a special attention to the color scheme of the room. Color renders emotional coloring to the interior, influences the mood of people staying in it. However, colors and their combinations can influence both positively and negatively.
The only saturated shade is more preferable. Do not use more than two bright colors. For active one, pick up neutral complementary color companions. Combinations of two bright and one neutral color are acceptable, but do not use them in equal proportions. The main one should be one active color only.
Red, yellow, sandy, orange, terracotta and other colors of a warm color scheme are suitable for our climate - the warmth emanating from them will make the interior of an apartment, a cottage and a non-residential room more comfortable.
Creamy, ivory, goes perfectly with dark neutral shades - stone, clay, wood, granite, creating a natural atmosphere characteristic of environmental or Scandinavian style.
Subdued shades of yellow create a chamber muted atmosphere. They are relevant in both the northern and southern premises. Yellow color can be added to the interior using natural materials: wood, reed, straw.
Orange looks good in bright graphic ornaments, as well as with red, burgundy, brown and khaki. Blue and dark blue may be interesting companion colors for the 'Seigneur Orange'.
Brown shades - coffee, chocolate, nut - should preferably be used with beige and creamy, sandy, honey or mint. They look gloomy on their own, in a dark room or just in large numbers. Accessories of blue or red colors are suitable as supplements.
Red color is quite aggressive. However, its more complex shades – brick or wine are quite calm and balanced. In order to balance the abundance of red, the environment in the interior should be designed in light or even white tones.
Applying Turquoise color in the interior of an apartment, cottage or non-residential premises, use the 3:2:1 formula. Turquoise color can play the role of both primary and secondary shade. If we take turquoise as the main color, the second may be white or ivory, an additional shade in this case will be coffee or pink.