You have chosen interior color schemes you. The color scheme must have about 3 main colors (this may be neutral), 2 secondary accents or 2-5 or color lines. Now let’s take space and determine how to distribute colors throughout the room. Color schemes can create wonders in the room and can be distributed in different ways. Let’s start by determining the function of the room. Who uses the room? Are these public spaces or private rooms, in other words, one user or several users? Is the room formal or relaxed?
Formal spaces usually have more neutrals. Gray is the new black this year and is consider neutral. Many formal rooms have neutral, gray, cream, taupe or white as the main colors on walls, ceilings, and floors. Secondary colors can be used in the amount you specify. All furniture can also be neutral and some colors on the accent. Or furniture cushions can have several colors and accent color pillows as well. Also, fine fabrics create more formality.
The more colors used the more casual the room can feel. Casual rooms, such as large rooms and family rooms, often have thick walls. Often if there are hardwood floors or tiles, carpet area can be the basis of your scheme. If the room is use by the public, you might want to introduce your full-color scheme with neutral colors. Or one color as the dominating one, add secondary colors and your accents too. The more colors and textures used, the more relaxed the room is.
Lighting always plays a big factor in interior color schemes you because there is no color without light. We will see how much light, when the room has exposure to natural light. And what kind of artificial light is use. Knowing this, the more natural light you have in the room, the more the color will be right, as the sun fades. Please note the brightest color and how you will turn it on at night to get color again. You might even want to spotlights in certain areas to regain brightness and add drama at night. Low voltage lighting is beautiful accent lighting, incandescent lights in lights produce yellow or warm tones and halogen lamps and neon lights produce blue light. Be sure to consider the light source when you distribute your color.