In general, brown, poor thing, is forgotten … Hardly anyone thinks, “Oh, I’m going to paint this brown wall!” But how beautiful it can be! Brown can be achieved with several mixtures, as there are many browns, is not it? For example magenta red with yellow gold; red, black and blue; Red and black; yellow, blue and red; green, red and yellow and so on! Of course, the red warms up and the blue and green cool the resulting brown. From Article Como Fazer A Cor Marrom, I explain it:
As color is an item of great weight and importance in decoration, we can consider each of the colors used as an element, plus a point of interest. Therefore, restricting the number of different colors in an environment (even more so when it is small) is a good measure to avoid “over-information”, a sense of “mess and visual discomfort.
Schemes can be harmonic or contrasting. The latter always draws attention to the colors of the environment. They become a focus of attention. In the harmonic scheme, the colors are more secondary actors, allowing other elements to be the focus of attention of the environment. I’ll talk about the Harmonic schemes in this post.
We can have schematic environments:
– Achromatic: Which uses white, black and/or shades of gray. In this scheme is important the use of textures and patterns, to give more interest to the set. See in the examples below the use of drawings (baby room), blinds (bathroom) and various textures (in the room).
– Neutral: Which uses sand, raw, cream, beige. It creates a cozy atmosphere and you should also use textures and patterns to enrich. See in the examples below the use of different textures and colored items that become the focal point of the environment.
– Monochrome: When only one color is used, plus white, black or gray. If we use this single color in different intensities (light blue, medium, dark, for example), we have the tone on tone . It is a harmonious scheme that can be cozy or even dramatic, depending on the choice and intensity of the colors used.