Which Color Palette is Right for You?

Are you stuck on choosing which colors to use when decorating your home? Then grab a color wheel! There are various types of color schemes you can choose from. We listed 5 different color palettes that will help get you started in selecting the right colors for you. 

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Monochromatic 1
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Monochromatic

The monochromatic color palette involves one color and their various shades and tints. It’s pleasing to the eye and can be relaxing. If you want a more simple design, the monochromatic color scheme is the best for you. 

Analogous
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Analogous

When referring to the color wheel, you can see that the colors are arranged based on their similarities to one another. With the Analogous color palette, you design with colors that harmonize well together. Will you choose a warm tone, like red-yellow-orange? Or a more dramatic and edgy vibe, with green-blue-violet? 

Complementary

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Complementary

The Complementary color scheme is made of two colors that are opposite of one another on the color wheel and their various shades and tints. Although you are choosing two opposing colors, you’ll be surprised with how beautiful they look together. For example, purple and yellow. 

Split Complementary
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Split Complementary

This is when the color wheel really comes in handy. Just like complementary colors, first choose two colors opposite one another on the color wheel, then add two of the colors immediately next to those colors. For example, blue, purple, orange, and yellow. 

Tetradic
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Tetradic

Tetradic consists of two sets of complementary colors, so a total of four colors. Four colors can look and feel overwhelming for just one room, you can easily tone it down by using one color as your main color, another as your secondary, and the last two colors as accent colors.