Indoor Color Scheme

After writing the first article on ideas interior colors (which you can read by clicking here) , we received numerous comments requesting our advice. We have answered some and welcome your questions, but it is quite impossible to advise without taking pictures of the rooms or have more data, we also have to see the room in person to check the performance and exchange suggestions. On the other hand, do not consider ourselves experts to advise anyone, just show ideas, tricks, news etc..It is important that, in a matter of decoration give priority to your taste, to your goals. The decorators or decorating specialist bloggers can offer very innovative ideas or attractive but YOU are who prints your personality to your home and who will have to live with the interior color scheme you have chosen.


In the last article we focus solely on the color of the walls, highlighting the properties of each color. In this article we focus on the interior color scheme and the combination not only focuses on the walls, also in the furniture, bedding, home furnishing, curtains, floor (floor), etc.. In several comments asking us what colors to choose according the furniture walls or floor (floor) so that this new article we focus on the combination of colors for interiors.
Start with the color ranges. Normally the Sampler paintings are quite limited when in fact it can get truly original colors for all tastes. For furniture, we can choose the tone of the woods but the sofas, chairs, couches etc, already come with colors chosen by the manufacturer and ask if find our prices very expensive taste.

As you recall, the warm colors are those that are surrounded by the red arrow. They range from the yellows, reds and pinks. Cool colors are surrounded by the blue arrow. They include purple, blue and green.
The neutral color scheme includes colors from white to black. Some decorators also included in the neutral palette of beiges and creams.

When decorating or re-decorating, each person has specific tastes, different lifestyles or want to achieve results so that the decorating process varies. For example, in a new house, maybe we buy before the furniture, carpets, curtains and then we want to adapt the color of the walls. Or, want to reinvent our home, with the same furniture but with other colors and modifying small details like changing the furniture around, adding different splashes of color, changing curtains, etc.. There is also the possibility that we want to do a complete overhaul to our home or any of our stays and want to change both the colors of the walls and the furniture.

We must go step by step, composing our stays to adopt the style you want and to achieve the desired effect. For example, we may want for our living room a modern style that looks more spacious and light. Or you want a classic and we have a very large room in which we would like to create multiple environments, achieving a color scheme suitable for indoor walls, furniture and other accessories so you do not look so “empty”.
A couple of months ago we wrote an article about new trends in kitchens, they can see by clicking here . Therefore we will focus on the two rooms that matter most to readers living room and bedrooms.

How to choose the color scheme for interiors
There are different ways to choose the perfect color combination. We will take into account different decoration processes and show examples. The decoration process can begin by first choosing the furniture, depending on the color of the floor (floor), starting a new deco
First we will explain how the world works and the different color combinations. As you know, the three main colors are red, blue and green. Of the combinations that are made with these three primary colors we get the secondary colors: orange, green, purple. And from mixing primary and secondary colors we getting other colors. To this we must add the white and black, which are achromatic colors. The white contains all colors while black is the absence of color.
In the picture below you see the combinations show. In the lower left is an example of a monochromatic range. In the lower right corner, achromatic range, spanning from white to black, with different mixtures.
Regarding the color wheel, the arch on the left represents the analogous color scheme. Arrows crosshair, complementary colors and triangle triad colors.
The fact that you see various colors not mean to combine all, it gives you a set of options for you to choose the ones you like. Some colors may only need a light touch, such as pillows, vases or other decorative items.