, February 21st , 2018.
For a dose of drama, choose a rich shade of coral that has reddish undertones. This hue is a little softer than pure red, but is striking nonetheless. Because coral pulls from both red and orange, you'll get the benefits of each color which results in a warm, cozy and cheerful space. The fiery, pink tones are very romantic — perfect for the bedroom. Don't let this color's name turn you away. Salmon is between pink and peach, so it is playful and welcoming. In the open areas of your home, salmon can be a refreshing departure from more common neutrals such as tan and beige. Light, pink tints are very elegant and bring a unique sophistication to a traditional space. With its delicate appearance, this quiet hue adds just a hint of color and warmth.
Charcoal, this darker neutral is one of the most versatile of the bunch. Pair is with other easy foundation tones or any shade of pastel. The most modern neutral, charcoal gray looks great in dining rooms, living rooms and even nurseries. Here's how to use it best. Charcoal gray may be a neutral, but it's also a statement. It's bolder than its lighter brethren; more modern than its neutral cousins, the beiges; and less dramatic than black. True gray (or achromatic gray) is a mixture of black and white. It has equal values of red, green and blue (RGB), and thus no hue. Off-grays — what we most often use in decorating — have very subtle but important differences in the values of red, green and blue. Cool grays are noticeably blue, green or violet. Warm grays are noticeably pinkish or brown and may have yellow tones.
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