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Nixplore Blog: How To Use Orange in Design
The final week of Nix Color Column is coming to and end…
Earlier this week we took a look at what orange represents, orange on the visible spectrum of light and how it affects human vision, the most popular shades of orange throughout history, and trending shades of orange today. (Read more)
In this final #Nixplore orange blog we will take a look at how the Nix Mini Color Sensor is the perfect tool to pull inspiration from the world around you. Scan your favorite pumpkin, pillow, wall paint or couch to determine digital color values or to find the best paint matches.
Get inspired by the color orange…
Build your own color palettes by taking a look at the environment around you. Scan. Save. Share.
Best of the Brand
Take a look at some of the best red paints, including popular paint brands: Benjamin Moore, and Sherwin Williams. All of these colors can be found in the Nix Paints App library on Apple or Android devices. Make sure you check out our App to #nixplore your favorite paint colors and harmonies.
Paint Name: Desert Sunset
Paint Collection: Color Preview
Paint #: 2155-10
Paint Name: Reynard
Paint Collection: Color
Paint #: SW 6345
Warm and Earthy
Decorate with orange by adding subtle elements, details or accents to your design to make the space feel warm.
Fresh and Lively
The best way to apply orange is to use it as the accent color of your reception place (a chimney breast, for instance). Using orange in a predominantly white living space adds liveliness and inspires positive mood.
Modern and Chic
Modern and lively orange accents with grey and black create a happy-chic style.
Cozy and Comfortable
Orange is a good shade to incorporate in an earthy theme, especially if you’re trying to add a Southwestern fare, or a tropical breeze with deep blue nuances.
More to #nixplore
Read on about the color ORANGE. (Click here to read now)
Now share your color themed pictures with us to feature on our future Color Column posts! Tag us on @nixsensor and use #nixplore #nixcolorcolumn on your pictures.