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How to Choose the Right Color Scheme for your Home?

Whether it’s positive or negative, colors can have a powerful impact on your moods. Colors
energize us, stimulate us and invigorate us. So choosing the color scheme for your home is
one of the most important interior elements to nail. City of Dreams is the best example of a
residential project that best suits your style, personality and lifestyle. It incorporates a lot of
varying textures and architectural elements that stands out in a subtle or organic way. But, for
the ones who are not the part of this project or for some reasons are not able to purchase a
new home there can also create a color continuity throughout an existing home. But, it can be
a little bit daunting to search through various color swatches when picking the right color
scheme for your home.
How to create your color scheme?
To create your own color scheme, reinvent your color wheel so that it best suits your
personality. There is basically 4 kind of possible color schemes:


Monochromatic: In this color scheme, a tone of the same color with the addition of
black or white is used to make the color light or dark.
 Contrast: This color scheme is little more dramatic. Because it involves a triad of
contrasting colors like red-purple, blue-pink and green-blue.
 Analogous: This color scheme involves colors that appear next to each other on the
color wheel. For instance, purple can be used with green or blue. This often creates a
soothing and colorful palette.



Complementary: In this scheme, two opposing colors, like green and pink are used
together to create a dramatic, vibrant, bold and high energy color scheme.

Pick an Inspiration First
Pinterest is a great place to start when deciding on paint colors. Create a board for each room
and start pinning rooms that look appealing. When you are finished with at least ten, you’ll
get a feel for what you are drawn to color and style wise.
Start from the Bottom
It’s always useful to first think about your flooring when choosing a color palette for your
home. As the floor mainly influences your color choices dramatically, which as a result alter
your way of using tones, textures and even artwork. But, after you have picked your floor
style, you can start working in contrasting or complementary fabric colors for tiling, curtains,
furniture, rugs and other elements used for styling.
Decorate from Dark to Light in a Vertical Manner
It is to best to use dark colors for the floor, medium colors for the walls and light values for
the ceiling. This way you can make any space look good without much risk. Any interior space
is a reflection of the outside world. So, the exterior environment is usually darker below our
feet which is the earth itself, buildings and trees for medium-valued if you look straight ahead
and lighter skyward.
Also Read: Wall decor Ideas for boring walls
Move to the Top
The top section in a home is a ceiling. While there are no hard and fast rules on ceiling color,
but the traditional white ceiling is always a top favorite. Although, a non-white ceiling can at
once make the eye pop, but using darker tones can also give an enclosed feel in the room.
Matte finish always dominates among home color schemes. So, when painting ceilings, use a
matte finish to get the best output. The gloss paint shows up small imperfections. Thereby it
is almost impossible to get a seamless look.

Go with the Architecture
Even if you have a small room, never paint it with white color to make it seem bigger. Instead,
use the rich and warm color schemes to cozy up to its architecture. You can expand your big
rooms with light. Whereas you’re small rooms wrap you up and tend to nurture you.
Stick with Neutrals
There is always room for pops of color in your life, but that doesn’t mean that bold is better
and neutrals are boring. In fact, a calm neutral backdrop allows you to bring out some pretty
bold elements into your interior design that may otherwise look loud. You have to first decide
which portion of your room to come to the forefront and tell the story of the room design. Go
bold, if you want to make your walls stand out. But in order to complement this bold look,
you need to keep everything in the room neutral so that you don’t mess up with too many
things competing. This is why a neutral backdrop in the bathroom works very well. This will
make your bathroom show off its modern tub, textural tiles and wooden flooring.
Why you should have a color theme throughout your home?
If you are painting your entire house the same color, then your home is going to look shabby
and especially the rooms which open into one another. Consider what each room will look like
when standing in another. So if you want to play safe and go with one color, you should at
least go a few shades lighter or darker in one room or even on one focal wall. This is an ideal
way to add depth and interest to any space whilst having a color scheme throughout your
home.
Spruce up your home with these easy tips to choose the right color scheme. But, if you are
looking for some other alternative that includes not only exclusive features but is the best
investment source as well, then City of Dreams is the perfect option.
For any kind of query, please contact SBP Group us at +91 93160 04646.


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