1. Yellow and white To create a warm color palette, it is not necessary to use only warm tones. Especially if you do not want to get a rich and bright interior. A cold shade of white is suitable as a base. When choosing a yellow tint, look at the color wheel. Choose a color that is closer to brown and orange tones. Due to its saturation, yellow will draw attention away from white, and the space will turn out to be sunny and cozy. The approximate ratio of colors is 60/30.
2. Orange and yellow This is a richer and brighter combination that will suit a well-lit, relatively spacious room. Orange is always warm. Therefore, you can use both cold yellow, and warm. Warm mustard shades were used in the upholstery of the pouffe and sofa cushion. This made it possible to fit in an emerald-colored sofa and not make the interior colder.
You can see that the living room used a cold lemon shade for the walls and curtains. Orange softens it, and the room is sunny and warm.
3. Orange and gray A calmer and more subdued way to add warmth to a room is to use a cool gray as a base. In a small and dark room, it is better to take light gray as a basis in order to visually expand the space. In the spacious and lit, you can use a more saturated tone. The shade of orange in this case is not so important. The tone may be closer to red, brown, or with a golden touch.
4. Beige and brown Brown is usually introduced into the interior in the form of wooden surfaces, which already add a feeling of warmth. Beige also refers to warm shades, regardless of their saturation and tone. Therefore, these colors will be an excellent basis for a cozy interior. Green, gray, or blue accents can be added to beige-brown – preferably in muted colors. For example, look at the color of the upholstery of the chair in the second photo.
5. Orange and blue Making orange the base and shading it with a cool blue or cyan is a solution for the brave. Due to the brightness, this color combination is best used in the living room or kitchen, and for the bedroom, leave calmer combinations. A bright palette needs to be shaded with white to balance it a little. Ceiling, doors, cabinets, or baseboards can become white.
6. Pink and beige The combination of pink and beige is very gentle and airy. To achieve a sense of warmth, use beige as the base of the palette, and pink as an addition, for example, in the upholstery of a sofa. Choose a powdery pink without a lilac slant.
7. Red and white With red, you need to be careful – it has pronounced cold shades. In order not to be mistaken, choose red tones that lie closer to orange in the color wheel. Warm red is bright and saturated, and it needs to be shaded with a cold tone, white is best. In a non-residential area, for example, in a corridor, you can make red walls and complement them with white ceilings and doors. In a living room, such a living room, it is better to take white as a base and add red with textiles.