Blue, green, red, yellow, and all the shades in between: the paint color options are almost endless, as are the color schemes they can create. Choose your paint colors with confidence using the color wheel as your guide. See how it's done in these color scheme videos.
Use Color to Set a Mood
Color isn't just color. Here's how to use color to set a mood in your home's decor.
Color: Where Do You Start?
With plenty of ways to decorate with color, how do you know where to start? BHG editor Eddie Ross offers a few smart pointers.colors from the carpet. Or maybe it's fabric that I have for window treatments . It's always easier to start off with a color palate instead of trying to start fresh. Try starting off with three colors.
Take Color to the Next Level
Have fun and be a little daring with color! Here's how to do something out of the ordinary with color in your home's decor.colors that work really well together. It's kind of that Lily Pulitzer color palette , but if it works in a fabric, it works to be in a room scheme. For a decorating project. So, find those
Get Color Intensities Right
Light, medium, dark, and everything in between -- colors come in almost endless intensities and varieties. So how do you strike the right balance? Watch and find out.tone so that there's a little bit of contrast, but not this huge shocking contrast. So you're ready, and you are going to paint your walls a really dark grey. Which is a beautiful color. Just
BHG's Color Palette of the Year: 2015
Hear the story behind the BHG Color Palette of the Year and how it can inspire you to be fearless in experimenting with new color palette ideas in your home's décor.[MUSIC] The way we come up with the color palette of the year is being our second, we look a year out, we start to look at the paint companies and the trends they're forecasting, fashion and textile companies, and also from the product shows. And we start to build upon that to create the color palette of the year. I think the feeling of the color palette of the year this year is very sophisticated, it's bold, and yet it has energy. In a home using color is ado that and give them the tools that they need through this color palette of the year to try putting color on the wall. Absolutely. In a bold way. Yeah, and give them the okay that
How to Decorate with a Dark Wall Color
Ready to try out a new room color scheme? Start with a dark wall color. If you're ready to take the decorating plunge with a deep wall color, here are the secrets to success.chose a neutral color and a natural wood top table with a wrought iron base. I think the jungle green sofa is a neutral because green is a combination of blue and yellow. And because it
How to Keep Soft Colors Looking Sophisticated
Love soft colors, but don't want a frilly look? Here are the pro decorating secrets for keeping it a soft room color scheme sophisticated. These tricks will help you modernize soft colors and give an elegant twist to any room.keeps it from becoming too child-like. But also you have that very abstract painting feel on the bed-hangings, which then looks really sheik with the overscale floral on the bed shams, down to the little pattern
Bedroom Paint Color Picks
If your bedroom needs a color makeover, look no further than these top paint color picks.refreshing. While medium tones are comforting and cocoon-like. Don't be afraid of brighter colors in the bedroom, especially if you want a fun and energetic look. Mix it up with two fun colors from the same
Living Room Paint Colors Picks
Give your living room a boost with a fresh paint color. Get inspired by our top color picks.
The Color Wheel
Using color in decorating can be tricky. Make choosing a color scheme easier by using the color wheel, a tool favored by designers and decorators.be a decorating challenge but there is a trick to choosing a color scheme that decorators love and you can use too. It's the color wheel. We see color based on how light reflects off of a surface. The segments of the color wheel represent the science behind color, and also show how colors relate to each other. The wheel has three primary colors , red blue and yellow; Three secondary colors, green, violet and orang; and six tertiary colors red yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, blue-purple, and red-purple. Here's how the color wheel works. Colors are laid out on the wheel according to their