Achromatic Color Scheme
Achromatic colors schemes use black, white, grey, and other neutral colors in combinations.
AColor can be intimidating but so can the lack of color. Achromatic schemes can seem cold and industrial depending on how they are used and the forms and fabrics used. Colder schemes will feature grey, white, and black. Warmer achromatic schemes will include beige, tan, and browns.
Another version of achromatic color can be to use pastels. Using the lightest shade of for a slightly less-than-neutral base. Greys can can shift from subtle hints of pink, purple, green or blue.
Much like the monochromatic color scheme the muted colors and neutrals can highlight form.
If you are unsure of what type of color scheme you want for a room, start with achromatic scheme as the base. Choose either a warm (browns, tans, beige) or cool (black, white, grey) and integrate your final color palette on top of that.
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