Colors
Triadic Color Schemes
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If you want to take out of the guesswork of selecting colors for your home project, you can choose some proven color schemes from the color wheel. We already discussed the analogous color scheme; so in this article, we’ll go into details about the triadic color schemes as well as give you some tips on how to make the best use of them in home decorating.

Ecru
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Ecru, which is a shade of beige color, comes from the French word “écru” meaning “unbleached. As a nearly neutral shade, it works fairly well with many colors. In this article, we’ll explore what ecru color is, what it means, and some colors that match with ecru.

Chartreuse Color
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Chartreuse, which is used as a herbal liqueur and for making cocktails, is an attractive green color with yellow undertones. Let’s discover what this color means, some similar colors, and how to use it for great effects in your home.

Analogous Color Schemes
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Learning how to pair colors is an art that each of us should know. They will come in handy greatly when you want to match clothes and decorate your homes. One of the most popular color schemes is the analogous color scheme. In this article, we’ll explore what it is and how to use it in decorating.

Sapphire Blue
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Sapphire blue is a heavily saturated blue color that is named after the gemstone of the same name. This color is darker than royal blue but not as dark as navy blue. It is currently an extremely popular shade in interior design and is being used in a wide range of styles.

Cherry Red
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Red has been an intense color tone and one of the most popular and saturated of its shades is cherry red. Learning the right use of cherry red will improve the aesthetics of your home and your life quality. Here we’ll learn all about cherry red, how to use and pair it in your home.

What Colors Go with Crimson Red
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Crimson is a bright shade of red that is synonymous with love, passion, and affection. It can also be considered a brutal or violent color since it is the same shade of red as blood. It is widely used in interior decoration during the holidays as it is a color traditionally associated with festive celebrations.

Colors that Go with Sky Blue
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Sky blue is a light to medium shade of blue, which is named after the color of the sky on a clear day. Blue, in general, is known to be a calm and tranquil color that puts people at ease and allows them to relax, and the fact that sky blue is associated with the sky on a clear day further accentuates this because a clear sky has the effect of making most people feel serene.

Colors that Go with Blush Pink
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Blush pink is a color that has descended upon the interior design and fashion world in a big way over the last decade, becoming a mainstay shade. It can be used in so many different ways to achieve different styles, and as a soft and muted shade, it works really well with a wide range of colors. Here we look at how to use blush pink in home decor and which colors it will pair best with.

60 30 10 Color Rule in Decorating
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When it comes to choosing colors and working out the ratio of colors in the room, there is a simple method that many interior designers follow. This is the 60:30:10 color rule, and it can make your renovation project dramatically easier and also give you professional level results in your home decor.

Dove Gray
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Using gray for home decor is never a bad choice. As a neutral color, it works with any colors either as accents, furnishings or accessories. One of the best shades of gray is dove gray. In this article, we’ll explain what dove gray color is, how to use it for the best results in home decor, and some best colors schemes to use with dove gray.

What Colors Does Floor Epoxy Come In
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If you’ve made the decision to install floor epoxy in your garage or workshop, then you are probably wondering which colors you can choose from. Here we look at various options for epoxy flooring and which color represents the best choice for particular settings.