Decorate Your House With Warm Colors
By selecting warm colors for your interior, you can craft a cosy environment that is comfortable and conducive to rest. An assortment of warm colors are available for selection when planning your house. Warm colors are the colors of fire and beyond. The warm colors go from hot red-purple on one end to spring green-yellow on the other. Crimson, burgundy, magenta and raspberry are warm colors in the red range. Moving around the color wheel, salmon, tangerine, goldenrod, banana and pea green fill out the spectrum. Lacquered flame-orange walls in a high-ceilinged sitting room create a sense of intimacy underscored by flame, gold, burgundy and light green damask drapes and faded salmon or purple velvet upholstery. When it come to your house interior, begin by selecting one warm color in various shades and tints displayed on the same paint color chip for the main living area.
For example, use various shades of khaki or butter yellow for warmth in the family room and adjoining halls. Blend draperies, furniture and accessories to harmonize cool and warm tones together in each space. Red stimulates appetite; it is well-suited to dining rooms and entry halls. Yellow lightens moods and encourages introspection. Orange is a cheerful color and helps to decrease feelings of hostility or aggravation. Warm colors like light greens are restful, balanced and hint at elegance and wealth.