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Objective 3.03: Implement color schemes in housing interiors.
Colors have a “temperature” and are considered either warm or cool.
Warm Colors Reds, yellows, and oranges Warm colors advance and make walls appear closer to you than they really are Warm colors make a space appear smaller.
Cool Colors Blues, violets, and greens Cool colors recede and make walls seem farther away than they really are Cool colors make a space appear larger.
Color Schemes color schemes Groups of colors that work well together are called color schemes Color schemes are selected in order to create a mood or set a tone Pleasing color schemes can be created based on the color wheel
1. Monochromatic The simplest color scheme because it uses a single hue from the color wheel Variation is achieved by changing the value and/or intensity of the hue.
Monochromatic color schemes have a soothing effect; but they can become boring.
Monochromatic schemes can make a room appear larger.
2. Analogous A color scheme using 3-5 colors next to each other on the color wheel Works best if you choose one dominate color and use smaller amounts of the others Since analogous colors are related, they blend together well.
Yellow, Yellow-Green, Yellow-Orange, Orange
Yellow, Yellow-Orange, Yellow-Green
Blue, Blue-Green, Green, Yellow-Green, Yellow
3. Complementary A color scheme using colors opposite each other on the color wheel Complementary colors make each other look brighter and more intense.
Violet and Yellow
Tints of Green and Red
4. Split Complementary A color scheme using one hue and the two hues on each side of its complement.
Yellow, Red-Violet, Blue-Violet
Green, Red-Orange, Red-Violet
Yellow-Green, Violet, Red 24
5. Triadic A color scheme using three colors equally distance from each other on the color wheel The triadic scheme offers high contrast while retaining harmony.
Red, Yellow, Blue
Red-Violet, Yellow-Orange, Blue-Green
Violet, Orange, Green
6. Neutral A color scheme using whites, blacks, grays and beiges.
Small amounts of color are sometimes added to neutral color schemes to give the room more interest This scheme is called an accented neutral.
Triadic Tints of Green, Orange, Violet
Complementary Tints of Red and Green
Analogous Orange, Yellow-Orange, Yellow
Split-Complementary Violet, Yellow-Green, Yellow-Orange
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