15
Apr

How to choose colors to harmonize the decor

The process of choosing the right color is one of the things that give the desired result in home decor, and the colors used give an impression of the owner of the place and his taste, so the need to pay attention to choosing the appropriate and appropriate colors for the home.
Some people may read and read in order to achieve color harmony, and others may choose colors with something from his inner instinct, and the skill of coordination, without any reading through the artistic sense within him.
The choice of colors falls within one of the following ways:
Choosing complementary and complementary colors: This type needs accuracy, experience and high taste in order to coordinate the colors, because you will combine the colors in one place using uneven and not included colors, for example, you choose the Kashmiri color and combine it with the turquoise color.
Split colors: so that you choose a third color to combine it with the two colors, Kashmiri and Turquoise, and you use, for example, white model.
Triangular color harmony: This type needs a lot of courage to merge the disparate colors with each other, in a way that does not give room for criticism, but on the contrary, which proves the ability of the artist and designer to design and creativity, and convince different tastes in this work and accept it.
Side colors: It is the one that occupies the second place in use and circulation among people, so it does not need to be daring and risky in its application, and this is done by choosing one color as a basis and beginning to work, then choosing two colors close to it but not of the same color and degree, but only depends on proximity Of the color used, such as green and blue, or blue and purple.
Mono and gradient colors: It is the choice of gradient colors close to the same basic color and the gradient of it, and it is the most used and widely used pattern among people in choosing colors.
Use a color wheel or circle
Most of us know the six basic colors and their derivatives so that we have ten colors, but with the development there are many gradients for these twelve colors to become twenty-four colors, which are located inside the color wheel in a gradient and harmonious way with each other.
This makes it easier for the designer to combine the colors in a way that matches each other, enabling you to get an elegant and attractive decor and view for your home, and we will show you these colors and their coordinates and gradients as follows:
Primary and basic colors: red, blue, and yellow, through which other colors are derived, with specific proportions and gradations.

Mixing yellow with red to give us orange.
Mixing yellow with blue to give us green.
Mix the blue with red to give us a purple color.
3- The intermediate colors between the primary and the secondary: It is the result of mixing one of the secondary colors with one of the primary colors, adjacent to it in the color wheel to give us a darker color than the secondary color that we have in the color wheel.
Thus, you can get any color, by mixing certain proportions of colors to obtain the appropriate and desired color, whether from the secondary colors or the intermediate colors.