Sweet colors

Sweet colors palette


All colors included in this palette are warm. This palette does not include bright white, beige, grayish cocoa and other cool colors.

All colors are soft, calm, not intense. Dark bitter chocolate, as well as rich yellow, will no longer be included in this palette. Sweet flowers are pleasing to the eye, you canlook for a long time, while your eyes do not get tired. Sweet colors have a weak energy, not assertive, not saturated. Such colors cannot be called deep. All sweet colors are natural.


The colors are “sweet”, “tasty”, for this reasonmost people are perceived positively. Sweet ones are perceived positively, create an atmosphere of warmth, affection, comfort and tranquility. These colors are "approximate", all objects in these colors seem closer than they really are.
Sweet colors are clear, simple, "indisputable." These are very contact colors, soothe and relax. In addition to all of the above positive effects, sweet flowers have one more thing - they make us several years younger. Warm lighting in this gamut (not “pink” at all, but “sweet” at all) visually softens facial features, refreshes the complexion and makes wrinkles less noticeable.


In relation to sweet flowers, there are several common and absolutely incorrect stereotypes:
-interiors in these colors are too “sleepy”
are "boring" colors
is boring colors, they created a lot of interiors
- in a similar color scheme it is difficult to make a spectacular, modern interior

You can argue with each of these points.

If you make the bedroom interior in beige and creamy tones - not the color, but its misuse will be boring: you should choose the right shades and the color will sparkle.

Of course, the interiors in sweet colors are verycalm, but to avoid a sleepy impression, you can add bright accessories. For example, in the photo below, one bright accessory is added, which significantly enlivened the interior.

In the design, the “sweet” palette is really very popular, but the originality of the interior is determined not by colors, but by style.

Modern designers actively apply sweet colors in the interior and achieve successful solutions, each of you can do it.

The current view is that the interior is sweetcolors is commonplace, you need to reconsider, as the expressiveness of the sweet palette is manifested where contrast and unusual style tricks are used.

In this photo you can see how the milk-white floor, the walls in the color of milk chocolate and light accents are beautifully combined.


Sweet colors are remarkable in all textures - both in smooth and surface-like toffee, and in fluffy, surface-like cappuccino foam, both smooth and glossy.
Smooth glitter wallpapers will help to hide the outlinesrooms, if the wallpaper will be textured without shine - will make the outlines more distinct. Matte surfaces will give the interior a clear direction, glossy distort the borders. This rule is valid for all colors, but especially for sweets. A rough, textured surface gives saturation to sweet colors (unpolished wood, textured wallpaper), from fabrics - wool, cashmere, fur.

In the photo above, you can see that the contours of glare objects are less clear compared to objects without glitter.

If you create an interior in sweet colors,Be sure to pay attention to the ratio of rough and smooth textures. If there are too many smooth ones, a feeling of “blurring” the color and borders of objects will appear.

For example, the interior in the photo below: most of the surfaces are soft, so there is little glare and a general impression is created - very tangible, stable.

And in this interior, the surfaces are smooth, glare, so the interior looks fluid, dynamic.

We can draw the following conclusion: the more “developed” soft textures, the “sharper”, “more stable” the interior. Applying this technique with textures, you can add dynamics to your interior (if you use smooth textures), or add "tangibility", stability using fluffy.

Is it possible to build the whole interior on sweet colors?

This question can be called rhetorical, therefore it is better to consider with examples what solutions are possible in the interior for this palette.

As discussed above, sweet interiorscolors can be contrasting or uniform. Each option has its own nuances. Homogeneous interiors are perceived as softer, more comfortable, warm. If the interior is contrasting, the feeling of harmony, severity, completeness of the space dominates.
Contrasting interiors are static.

The contrasting interiors are very static. Rearrangement of one or two pieces of furniture can lead to the fact that the harmony of contrast is broken. Interiors uniform in lightness are less dependent on rearrangements.