Room colors: 85 ideas to match without error

 

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When we think about coloring an environment, we are actually including the personality of its inhabitant in it. It is with the colors that we guarantee the feeling and energy that we want for the space, as well as the identity of those who will determine this composition. And to decorate the room, this synthesis would be no different.

According to the architect Sandra Pompermayer, when the resident chooses the color, he will need to think, individually, what the purpose of the room will be: “If the idea is to transmit calm and security for a moment of relaxation, how reading a book or enjoying a movie on television, its worth betting on neutral and versatile colors. But if the inhabitant likes to receive guests, the tranquility can quickly scare them away, so some strong colors included in the decoration in a balanced way inspire socialization”.

It is noteworthy that small rooms deserve colors that create a feeling of spaciousness, especially if they also receive little natural light: “small rooms should receive colors in a modest way, such as objects, furniture, pictures, among other decorations. It is also possible to paint one of the walls with a different color, but not too dark, so as not to generate feelings of confinement and compromise the lighting”, explains the professional.

It is also important to analyze if the chosen color is not something that will make you easily sick. Sandra explains that striking colors can bring this feeling too, and nothing worse than feeling uncomfortable inside your own home! “Many times the resident lives in a place where he doesn’t like to stay for a long time, and this can happen when some element of the decoration doesn’t please the eyes, and by pure impulse or trend of the moment, he ends up acquiring it. Always think about investing in colors or pieces that actually match your personality, and that include your identity in the environment, and not take you away from it!”

If you already know the color you want to include in your room, but you still have doubts which ones you should combine to create a certain composition, see the suggestions given by the architect below, so that your decoration not only has your face, but that pour into the environment everything you are looking for more personal and sensory:

Colors that match yellow

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“I really like putting yellow elements in the living room. Yellow is life, it’s vibrant like the sun. Its best combinations are with shades of gray, purple and even navy blue”, comments Sandra. The lighter shades of yellow, combined with other more neutral colors such as brown or white, can play a more relaxed role in the decor, while it’s more vibrant tone adds more personality and joy. A masculine environment is highlighted with the marriage of yellow and black.

1. A pinch of joy without taking away the warmth

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2. A stylized color band

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3. Combined with other striking colors, it makes the environment more youthful

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4. A more closed tone with a noble aspect

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5. Lighting also contributed to make the room more welcoming

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6. Small colored energy points

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7. Yellow has the power to bring joy to any neutral environment

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Colors that match gray

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The big bet in interior decoration today is gray. It composes a neutral environment, and its bright versions contribute to bounce off natural light, helping to give a sense of spaciousness in small spaces. Graphite, on the other hand, can be used to create a sense of depth, or to highlight other more striking colors. “Gray combines with many colors as it is white with a gradual black pigmentation. I suggest striking tones such as red, black itself, petroleum green, dark blue and yellow”, emphasizes the professional.

8. Gray is undoubtedly a big trend these days.

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9. And it goes well with any style and composition

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10. For a more urban feel, invest in textures and natural materials

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11. And to add coziness, don’t hesitate to include warm colors

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12. Gray makes the environment more cozy and sober

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13. Wood to heat the color chart

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14. Gray goes well in any decorating style

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15. The color points served to demarcate the environment

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16. The small room has been warmed by the addition of the dark gray sofa

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17. The gray and blue were responsible for the modern touch of this room

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Colors that match red

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Red is a powerful color, which in addition to being striking, is very expressive. Because of this, it should be used with caution, and preferably in more cozy textures, precisely to provide comfort, not fatigue. In the right dosage, it can also be a very versatile tone that will add joy to the environment. Think about composing a palette with light gray, white, beige, hints of moss green and woody tones.

18. The harmonization of the different shades of red made the color chart very cozy

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19. An almost orange red for this creative corner

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20. Red and yellow can literally become a dynamic duo

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21. A vibrant armchair for the sober room

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22. Touch of class in proper proportions

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23. Mix of prints to make everything more fun

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24. Every detail can make a big difference

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25. The red with white left the space sophisticated and luxurious

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26. Two armchairs are enough to color the sober room

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Colors that match purple

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Despite being impressive, purple can be a very versatile and expressive color. According to the architect, it goes very well with green, light blue, with the marriage of yellow and gray and also dark mustard. Ideal for stylish decorations and busy social environments.

27. A gothic touch mixed with blue and gray

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28. The colorful frames made the environment more fun

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29. Purple with light blue and tiffany

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30. The highlight of the room was the rug

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31. Color stands out in direct hot light

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32. Here the colors were added with care so as not to take the lightness of the environment

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33. If the idea is not to lose sobriety, add a single element with this striking color

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Colors that match blue

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“Blue combines with brown and beige, but everything must be analyzed in context and in the pigments that these primary color tones receive from white or black. A blue with little black pigment can be combined with gray and light brown, while a light blue with a lot of white pigment must be combined with a more burnt brown”, says Pompermayer.

34. Blue with beige so there’s no mistake

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35. Some shelf niches were highlighted with royal blue

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36. Cooler shades of blue are cozier

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37. And its lighter tone adds more delicacy to the environment

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38. Who says blue cannot be clean?

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39. Representing the colors of night on a clear day

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40. Neutral tones make the classic navy blue much more highlighted

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41. The vibrant royal blue for clean rooms

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42. Closed tones are perfect for rustic environments

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43. … and lighter tones to match warm colors

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44. It is essential to color large rooms with high ceilings

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45. Blue and yellow combine very well in the predominance of white

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46. ​​…and with small doses of red, they make the room happier

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47. Compact environments are more valued in their milder tone

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Colors that match turquoise

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Turquoise, also known as tifany, can be a paradoxical color, as it can provide both a cheerful and a delicate atmosphere. It all depends on your dosage. It combines perfectly with orange or lighter shades of red – and according to Sandra, the result of the composition is beautiful.

48. But with white, the color offers a softer touch

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49. And also to bring more youth to the decor

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50. Choose the wall you want to highlight to receive the color

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Colors that match green

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“Green and blue is a wonderful combination and gives us a feeling of tranquility and warmth. And with a touch of orange it generates joy and well-being”, bets Sandra. Depending on the tone chosen for the decoration, the proposal can gain a tropical atmosphere, and even retro.

51. Here the colors were included in the rug so as not to detract from the neutrality of the environment

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52. … unlike this room, which gained much more expressive tones, like its paintings

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53. Moss green gives that retro touch to the decor

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54. Contrasts that complement each other in perfect harmony

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55. Think of an element that deserves to be highlighted, such as a door

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56. Decorations and little plants are also valid, ok?

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57. All the lightness of light green combined with beige

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Colors that match pink

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Despite having different shades, not all shades of pink are recommended by the architect to decorate a room: “Rose, that more closed tone, is very classic for a room, very chic! Pink, on the other hand, should be used sparingly, while light pink I would leave aside, so as not to make the decoration too girlish, unless this is the proposal”. For a more neutral room, combine burnt rosé with grey, copper and white. If you want to add more personality, consider a composition with graffiti.

58. The stealth of burnt pink with beige broken by red

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59. Want a pink wall? Then combine it with other neutral colors like white

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60. … and why not the blue one?

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61. Make it more fun by combining pink with various other colors

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62. The black and white prints, together with the wood, broke some of the femininity of the color

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63. White, beige and turquoise to warm guests

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64. Delicacy and irreverence for this pure glamor room

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Colors that match wood

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Despite being a material, its color is very predominant when decorating, and should not be left out when creating your color chart. “Wood is responsible for offering coziness, warmth, and making the environment very welcoming. It is usually used on the floor and in some elements, such as coffee tables, sides and armchair feet”, completes the professional.

65. Mix with white and yellow, the result will be amazing!

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66. Red will bring a more creative and bold composition

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67. Mix neutral tones with bolder colors for a fun look

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68. Mixing wood with nobler materials will make your room more sophisticated

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69. Choose a flashy color to break the sobriety

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Black and white

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For this combination of neutral colors, anything goes! You can create a more classic decoration, keeping only the two colors, or add color dots with small colored details, such as pillows, paintings, furniture, decorations, etc.

70. Black, white and marsala

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71. Mixed with leather, wood and cement

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72. Some prints can create a more romantic atmosphere

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73. The right choice of stylized furniture marked this decor as retro

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74. Here only black and white reign

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75. With chrome colors like gold, the room was chic and refined

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76. The fun version of the most loved combo

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Neutral tones

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Choosing neutral colors such as beige, white, earthy tones and their strands ensure greater precision without error when decorating. Depending on the composition, pastel shades can also come into play, to break the seriousness that the color chart can convey. Of course, compact environments gain much more breadth with this accurate choice, and leaves open a multitude of color options to add in moderation and make everything more harmonious.

77. Chromed and metallic colors make the clean environment more refined

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78. Beige, off white, white and brown are classics of sobriety

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79. Pictures, plants and other decorations are responsible for adding more life to the environment

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80. Quilts, rugs and natural materials help to provide more comfort

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81. Textures and prints to bring youth to the space

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82. Colored pillows add more character to the room

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83. Valuing the spaciousness of the room

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84. This color chart is a sure choice for those looking for unisex decor

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85. … and also offers versatility for those who like to always change, but without major investments

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Finally, Sandra explains that it is important to choose the colors that will make up your room at a time when your mood (good or bad) does not influence your choice, and that it is essential to remember the proper proportions needed to decorate: “Walls dark ones call for neutral furniture and neutral walls for darker furniture. Ever”.

 

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