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Warm color table

#CA310F 202 49 fifteen
#FE9B62 254 155 98
#FECF97 254 207 151
#FFCED1 255 206 209
#FF7100 255 113 0
#FFAB00 255 171 0
#FFAB00 255 171 0
#FEDE27 254 222 39
#EEE947 238 233 71
#F7D358 247 211 88
#D06F38 208 111 56
#7B3C10 123 60 16
#495C49 73 92 73
#8AA234 138 162 52
#753601 117 54 one
#864201 134 66 one
#9a5710 153 87 16
#CB862B 203 134 43
#C88C36 200 140 54
#DE9A49 222 154 73
#F8B216 248 178 22
#C7A163 199 161 99
#435C3C 67 92 60
#705528 112 85 40
#5D392B 93 57 43
#73CA00 115 202 0
#75CC01 117 204 one
#AEDF62 174 223 98

Table of cold and warm colors: what is it and how to use it correctly

As science has proven, there are seven basic colors in nature, and only three fundamental tones for perception by the human eye:

  • yellow;
  • blue;
  • red.

White is the secondary color. Any palette can be obtained from these tones, a greater or lesser concentration of a certain shade will make the background warm or cold. The colorists developed a color chart. It is a scheme for combining shades, thanks to which anyone can choose the most correct palette for decoration.

This should be known! Mixing the selected palette with white allows you to control the temperature of the shade.

Circle of shades and their color combinations

Table of color combinations in the interior. In this article, we will take a closer look at how to combine colors in the interior, examples of color combinations in the children's room, bedroom, living room and kitchen, as well as some decorating techniques.

Warm colors of the table - what are they?

Warm tones of color fill the interior with comfort, cheer up and evoke positive emotions. These include the following tones:

Color Description

  • Yellow. Pure yellow, as well as all sorts of its shades. This is a sunny color, which is a priori associated with warmth.
  • Red. It is associated with passion and leadership. Calm shades are appropriate in the bedroom, a brighter range is suitable for the living room.
  • Beige. This is a universal tone that suits almost all styles and other colors.
  • Peach. A very gentle tone, thanks to a diverse tint palette, it can be used in any room.
  • Coffee. A diverse palette of warm coffee shades immediately evokes a sense of calm in people. He is visualized with a fragrant drink and rest.

Cold palette colors

Cold shades in the interior are used as independent, or in combination with a warm palette or white. These include the following range:

Color Description

  • Silver. It resembles winter and is suitable for people who like the cold season more.
  • Blue. Saturated color evokes the feeling of a bottomless sea. An elegant shade gives energy and extra vivacity.
  • Blue. It is similar to blue and resembles a sea breeze.
  • Lilac. Many have a double perception of shade. It can be both cold and warm. A gentle tone is associated with spring and blooming flowers.
  • Green. This is an ambiguous color, quite versatile in use. A bright palette fills people with energy and gives a feeling of influx of forces. Calm gamma will bring a sense of solitude, it will remind you of nature and summer days.

Cold and warm shades of colors

With the determination of the temperature of the shade, difficulties most often arise. Such concepts as cold red or warm red have become firmly established in everyday life, but not everyone understands the same thing by them. First, relative hue temperature is often confused with color temperature. Secondly, subjectivity: there is no precise definition of where red begins and ends. Meanwhile, the ability to determine cold and warm tones is important when working with a person's appearance, for example, determining color types and selecting individual color palettes. This skill can be developed through experience and understanding of a simple principle.

Any color other than orange can have warm, neutral, or cool undertones. How to determine the temperature of a hue using the color wheel?

We take any color and define its boundaries. Then we find the approximate center. Shades of color lying on the side of orange will be warm. From the blue side - cold. Intermediate colors without impurities of warm or cold are called local or neutral.

Let's start with green. It is formed by warm yellow and cold blue colors. A cold or warm green tint is obtained due to the predominance of blue or yellow. Moving up to yellow, we get warm shades, down to blue - cold.

The same principle applies to other colors, such as yellow. Approaching orange, the color warms up. Going down, yellow acquires a greenish, lemony, cold hue. Neutral yellow does not have a clear greenish or orange cast.

The orange color stands out in particular. This is the warmest and only color that does not have cold undertones. In addition, it spreads warmth to the surroundings. The nearest colors: yellow-orange and orange-red are also exceptionally warm.

Red. The same principle applies here: the upper shades, highlighted by yellow, are warm, the lower ones from the purple side are cold.

Purple itself is neutral, like green, it is formed by a mixture of cold and warm colors. A large proportion of red makes it warm, blue - cold. From the point of view of use in warm or cold scales, this is a rather complex color. The differences between warm purple and cool red or cool purple and violet are difficult to distinguish. It is also difficult to isolate the local magenta color.

The same boundary difficulties apply to purple. When adding red, it warms up, blue - it gets colder.

The difficulty in determining the temperature of a shade is that there are no exact and generally accepted distinctions where the warm shade of one color ends and the cold shade of another begins. There are no clear boundaries and local shades. Usually, when we are dealing with primary colors: red, blue, yellow and green, this division is intuitive, experience helps to distinguish between other colors.

The blue color is the coldest of the entire palette, it is the opposite of orange. But if orange makes neighboring colors exceptionally warm and does not have cold shades, then blue does not have similar properties. It is conditionally possible to allocate a warm blue color. Some people think that blue, by definition, cannot be warm, but a warm range of colors can contain blue, if you choose its right shade. Its cold, they are local shades are located in the middle, and warm at the edges: on the one hand, blue is highlighted with yellow, on the other with red. These shades will be warmer relative to cold blue.

Blue-green colors stand out separately. Here, warmth-coldness is conditional and depends on whether they are singled out in a separate group with their own local color or considered as part of green and blue shades.

If we consider turquoise as a local color, then the tones located on the green side will be warm, and those on the blue side will be cold.

If we consider blue as a local color, the same tones will be warm. Here, lightness and saturation are involved in determining the color.

So, we come to the influence of lightness and saturation on the color temperature. Up to this point, we have considered the properties of warmth-coldness on pure colors and one parameter - tone. But this is not enough, since most often you have to deal with complex colors in which there is an admixture of achromatic, that is, take into account all three parameters. Lightness changes with the addition of white and black, saturation - with the addition of gray.

Psychology palette

Monochrome interiors that prefer one shade look harmonious. Designers use the "game" of contrasts. They develop multi-color combinations and combinations using Itten's theory.

If you correctly combine winter and summer colors, you will get a place where you can relax and unwind. You can create a monochromatic environment, focusing on multi-colored spots. Only the color must be chosen correctly, because the perception of each is different. The same shade causes a surge of positive emotions or anger. Even slightly changed tonality changes the situation.