Think About Local or Seasonal Color
By studying color schemes from the past - Victorian, arts and crafts or, perhaps, 18th century, for example - you can build a room's colors quite simply by incorporating these already-accepted color schemes.
By using colors from your locale, be it the Southwest or New England, you easily can choose colors that reflect the area in which you live.
Seasonal color variations are another painless way to choose colors. Fall colors such as mustard yellows, russets and browns will create a calm and subdued space, perfect for resting. Spring colors, on the other hand, are more uplifting; pinks, lilac and saffron yellow impart a naive, fresh look to a room.
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