Using your favourite colour as your base colour is always the best option to go for. You can use it to create a colour scheme around it. Your favourite colours can be the perfect inspiration for your unique colour palette. You don't have to study colour theory to get great ideas from a little colour wheel. These inexpensive colour tools can generate colour scheme ideas quickly.

  • A striped wall in neutral colours adds tons of style but still keeps the room looking relaxed. Neutral wall colour with a pastel ceiling is a sneaky way to add colour without losing the soothing vibe of the space.

  • Yellow captures the joy of sunshine and communicates happiness. Blue is said to bring down blood pressure and enhance respiration and maintain heart rate. Green is considered the most restful colour for the eye. Go for light shades of yellow, blue or green.

  • Choose the colour according to the ambience. This is one of the most important decision you make. For example, if you want to paint your dining area choose a colour according to the purpose of the space. Just to give you a head start, you could opt for Ivory and Buttercup Yellow to add the soft and subtle taste of elegance to it.

  • It is always suggested that warm colours keep you peaceful. Earth tones, such as deep yellows, browns, and rusty reds, can warm up the space and look great in every light. These combinations are great for study rooms that are used both during the day and in the evening, as they emphasize comfort over energy, but aren’t too dark for daytime use.

  • Avoid using bright shades of red or orange as dominant or secondary colours, though, since these colours tend to carry too much energy and may seem overwhelming in excess. They might seem eye-catching but that sometimes might make you feel a bit off. These colours according to Vastu are fierce colours and are not recommended.

  • Try keeping your ceiling subtle. Paint your ceiling white or off white. This would balance the colour on your wall and ceiling.

  • Use stencil to create pattern on the wall. Use your imagination to blend different colours and create vivid designs.

  • Use bright colours like red, magenta, black, white or any other to highlight your wall. This would make a certain wall in your room stand out among the rest.

The best person to choose the colour code for your room/house is you yourself. If you have some ideas, go for it! And if you need a little hand-holding, we are here!

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