Color Wheel Primer

Learn the basics of the color wheel, types of color schemes and color dimensions.

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Warm Colors

Warm colors like red, orange and yellow give off an energy and intensity unmatched by their cooler cousins. Use these hues in rooms where you anticipate (and want) activity and stimulation, like a kitchen, child’s playroom or exercise space.

If warm colors are for you then take a look at these rooms:

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