"Color" Distribution Rule In A Room - Holly Volpe Interior Designs
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Color Mapping –

  • 60% of one predominant color (most likely will be the walls)
  • 30% of another color (upholstery, drapes, bedding, etc.)
  • 10% of an accent color (art, pillows, blankets, etc.)

When transitioning from one room to another one of those colors should be carried into the next room to connect the space.  For example:  the 10% could be “Red” in one room and in the next room it could be 60% “Red” with 30% and 10% of a totally different color than the first room.  But the eye still will flow through the space.

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