In planning a new color scheme, you usually come up with two or three complementary colors. It doesn’t always have to be so. Know that there are paint colors you can use for your home that are great even without the help of other color tones. These shades create a vibe for the space they’re designated to, with or without a complementary shade.
Should you choose to go simple on your next project, here are 5 Island Premium Paints independent colors to choose from.
- Fame Orange
Fame Orange is a great balance between pink and orange. It imbibes a regal and youthful glow to any space it’s painted on.
Places to try this independent color on: living room, bedroom
Celeste leans more on light blue, almost as if color-picked from a cool and breezy sky. Because of it’s calming and relaxing effect, this one’s definitely for the areas of your home where you try to unwind, take things slow, and just ready to set the mind free to imagine.
Places to try this independent color on: library, study, bedroom
Pumpkin is a very raw and rustic color, great for areas where you want to go natural. Even though Pumpkin is an independent color, subtle colors like Princeton Orange or Persimmon are great hues that are sure to add variety.
Places to try this independent color on: kitchen, dining room, patio
Thunderhead resonates power in clean spaces, and would stand out as an accent in a concrete-crowded space.
Places to try this independent color on: kitchen, bathroom, garage