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Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#4b0082
RGB:
75, 0, 130
CMYK:
42, 100, 0, 49
HSL:
274.6°, 100%, 25.5%
Closest colors:
in PANTONE:
PANTONE Violet
in RAL Classic:
RAL 5002
in RAL Design:
RAL 290 30 35
in RAL Effect:
RAL 590-6
in NCS:
NCS S 4050-R50B
How the Indigo color can be used in the interior?
2023-05-17 Snargl 4 minutes 50 seconds
# General # Fashion # Imagination # Design

How the Indigo color can be used in the interior?

Purple hallway with a yellow door and purple flowers on the floor and a purple ceiling light above it. Example of #4B0082 color.
Purple vase with yellow and purple flowers on a table in a room with a purple chair. Color #4B0082.
Purple table in a room with a book shelf and a window in the background. Color Indigo.
Purple room with a chandelier and a purple floor and walls with windows. Example of RGB 75,0,130 color.
Woman with a purple headdress in a room with purple chairs and windows with purple curtains. Example of RGB 75,0,130 color.
Indigo color can be used in various ways to create different effects in interior design.

Here are some possible ways to use indigo in your home:
  • Play with pops of color: You can add indigo accents to a neutral or light-colored room to create contrast and interest.
    For example, you can use indigo pillows, rugs, curtains, lamps, or artwork to add some depth and drama to your space.
  • Create an accent wall: Paint one wall in your room an indigo color to make it stand out and draw attention.
    This can work well in a bedroom, living room, or dining room.
    You can pair indigo with white, beige, gray, or other complementary colors.
  • Use prints and patterns: Using indigo in printed fabrics or wallpaper can add texture and variety to walls or furniture.
    You can choose from floral, geometric, abstract, or ethnic patterns that suit your style and personality.
  • Layer texture and color: Indigo combines with different materials and finishes to create a more dynamic and sophisticated look.
    For example, you can use indigo tiles, wood, metal, glass, or leather to create a mix of smooth, rough, shiny, or matte surfaces.
  • Go all out: If you love indigo and want to make a bold statement, you can use it from ceiling to floor in your room.
    Paint your walls, ceiling, doors, and trim, use indigo colored furniture, bedding, accessories, and lighting.
    This can create a cozy and dramatic atmosphere that is perfect for relaxing or entertaining.
Indigo is a versatile and timeless color that can be used in many ways to enhance your interior design.
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