Combine warm and cool colors

Combine colors and decoration is important to distinguish between warm and cool colors will help you get balanced interior, whatever the style you choose.

If you are one of those people who always ask what color to choose when buying a sofa; if you doubt how to combine colors on walls, furniture and textiles or if you do not know if white is a neutral color or not, here are some simple tips that you They will help you choose.

This could be a starting point for elementary learn to handle the tones that will apply to your decor.

Warm colors create a sense of closeness and used to “attract” the spaces.

Choose this range is suitable if you have in your house very large spaces and want to make a cozier feel. Think of the Earth tones, for example, widely used in cottages and country houses rustic style.

Conversely, in cold tones paint walls away and bring the feeling of larger spaces.

But to this rule you have to take into account the intensity of color as dark colors also “shrink” environments.

In the case of furniture, colored or dark woods, whatever color they are, seem to occupy more space.

Wood furniture and light colors occupy less visually and reflect light so they are more suitable for small places if you want to gain visual space.

If you are in a time when you have to match colors of walls and furniture know the differences between warm and cool colors will help you raise the rest of the decor of your home and choose the furniture and color taking into account what is your size .

Now you have a challenge because the ideal is to combine a balanced way both types of color. How to do it?

If you choose to decorate with warm colors, a good idea is to combine colors both between furniture and walls, so that a “cold” against a warm background furniture: terracotta wall and green furniture, for example.

Or vice versa. The effect of the furnishings in warm colors (serves the same wood) on a cold background is a good combination.

Another possibility is to alternate spaces with different shades. It is interesting when we talk about colors for rooms, living rooms or spaces quite large, where the furniture is large and generally more numerous.

By using this trick we can balance the visual weight and balance. Think about it when choosing your furniture upholstery and wall colors.

In the kitchen combine color walls and furniture is important to define styles, especially in the most modern or minimalist styles.

It is fully documented (and I’m sure you’ve tried, or at least know, chromotherapy) the effect of colors on emotions and moods.

For example, blue (cold) brings serenity, calm and balance, making it a good choice for workplaces or dormitories (especially children). Combine it with white furniture, if you choose darker shades or light wood furniture.

Conversely it is also good combination.

The orange red colors are stimulating, passionate and, if you choose wrong space can become overwhelming.

They are widely used in business but for your home, choose them in moderation and always balanced with others to render them intensity. The red furniture can be an interesting place to encourage and bring vitality resource spaces.

Yellow, still being stimulant, is less “heavy” and brings light to the darkest spaces.

It is very easy to combine with furniture all wood tones.

Now you only need to choose the right color for you.