No matter what room in your home is ready for a re-do, there’s a good chance that you’ll need to develop a color palette before you start decorating. You may go into your project with the idea that you want to focus on green, but what other colors will you use to enhance your space and convey your personality?
Developing a color palette right off the bat can really come in handy when you’re shopping for furniture, fabrics, accessories, art, and paint.
What is a Color Palette?
In interior design, a color palette is simply a collection of colors that complement each other and are used together throughout a room. In modern interior design, it’s customary to choose a dominant color to take up roughly 60% of the room, a secondary color to fill roughly 30% of the room, and accent colors to fill the rest.
Why You Should Choose a Color Palette
Having a “main” color in mind is great, but you should have a selection of at least three different colors that you will work into your space. By creating a complete color palette, your overall design will look more cohesive.