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Color Schemes

Learn about color and color schemes as used in Interior Design
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Missy Sissy

on 30 November 2015

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Transcript of Color Schemes

Color schemes
are an Interior Designer's secret weapon.

Don't worry, you can use them too!
Color
To start with, we need to learn about color and the color wheel.
What is a color scheme?
A color scheme is a planned combination of colors.
Let's look at them now.
Color Schemes
The Color Wheel
is a tool that interior designers use to determine color Schemes.
There are three different kinds of colors.
The Primary Colors are red, yellow and blue.
The rest of the colors are called tertiary colors.
They are red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, blue- violet, and red-violet.
The secondary colors are orange, green, and violet.
Now that we have learned about color, we can focus on color schemes!
So the completed color wheel should look like this:
Let's get started!
Monochromatic
Using any tint, tone, or shade of just one color

Analogous
Using any 2-5 colors that are adjacent on the color wheel

Complementary
Using any two colors directly opposite each other
Split Complementary
Using any color with the two colors on each side of its complement
Triad
Using three colors equally spaced on the color wheel
Tetrad
Using two pairs of complementary colors
They won't even know you haven't gone to college yet.
You can use your newly learned skills to redecorate a room in your house.
This Prezi was made by Missy Sissy for Mrs. DuBois's Interior Design Class.
Just remember to have fun!
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