Before planning a future interior, you always need to decide first on the color palette.
Looking at the color in interior , you can perfectly understand the taste and style of its owner. The color of the elements used in the interior is a direct reflection of the essence of man.
Let’s take a look at your wardrobe. If you like to wear light-colored clothes as an example, and love simplicity and convenience, then light elements should be an integral part of the color palette at home. For example, I would advise you to choose a modern style with a combination of light milk marble and light wood. For example in this scene the basis of materials for furniture was taken the color “Natural pine”.
What is the rule of three colors?
This rule says that we must choose three shades and repeat them in different design elements.
The color ratio in the interior should correspond to the formula 60/30/10, where 60% should be occupied by the primary, dominant color (walls), 30% by the secondary color (furniture upholstery), and 10% by accessories and decor items.
What is the balance of warm and cold tones?
Quite often the result of a successful project is the play of light in the environment. I want to note the factor that if we combine the cold Scandinavian light and the warmer Mediterranean, then in the middle we get a wonderful palette of saturation.
A harmonious interior always combines both warm and cold colors. A saturated warm color should be supplemented with two cool light tones, and, conversely, a bold and bright cold color should be softened with sunny warm shades.
Do not forget also that the light and selection of the illumination of lamps will also affect the principle of perception of the interior.
What is the weight of different colors?
The choice of color in the interior depends on the size and configuration of the room. Soft shades allow the space to look more spacious and free due to the fact that they have a small visual weight.
Therefore, these colors are ideal for small apartments. Conversely, brighter and more saturated colors, as well as large patterns, are suitable for spacious rooms, because they add visual weight.
What is the harmony of the color palette?
The Art Nouveau interior style becomes harmonious when darker shades are located below, and lighter – at the top. Even in light Scandinavian interiors, the floors are darker than the walls, by analogy with nature, where the earth is always darker than the sky.
But if you look at a more industrial style, such as a loft, then the main emphasis of this style is the simplicity and historical value of all elements. For example, walls are often not covered with plaster so that the real texture of the brick is visible. Furniture accessories are always accentuously made of natural metals and are often not painted in their original form.
Each person who plans for himself his future interior always sets himself a certain image. This image often refers to the mental state and character of a person.