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Scarlet # Design

Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#ff2400
RGB:
255, 36, 0
CMYK:
0, 86, 100, 0
HSL:
8.5°, 100%, 50%
Closest colors:
in RGB:
Ferrari Red
in PANTONE:
PANTONE 2035
in RAL Classic:
RAL 2005
in RAL Design:
RAL 050 60 80
in RAL Effect:
RAL 450-6
How the Scarlet color can be used in the interior?
2023-05-17 Snargl 4 minutes 40 seconds
# General # Fashion # Design

How the Scarlet color can be used in the interior?

Scarlet color. Vase of orange flowers on a table in front of a window with a view of the outside of the room
Scarlet color example: Vase on a shiny surface in a room with a window and a shelf with vases on it
Kitchen with red glass decorations on the counter top and a red light hanging from the ceiling above it. Example of #FF2400 color.
Vase with orange flowers on a table in front of a window with a view of a yard and a house. Color RGB 255,36,0.
Scarlet is a bright shade of red that is tinted slightly with orange.

It is a warm and vibrant color that can create different moods depending on how you use it in your interior design.

Scarlet can be used to add a touch of passion, intensity, joy, or luxury to your space.

However, it can also be overwhelming or too intense if used too much or in the wrong way.

Some tips for using scarlet color in your interior are:
  • Use scarlet as an accent color rather than a dominant color.
    Scarlet can look too bold, intense, or simply basic when it is used in plain fabrics.
    To bring a higher-end look to your interior, choose red accessories which are made from patterned textiles.
    You can also use scarlet in small doses such as pillows, rugs, lamps, or artwork to add some interest and contrast to your room.
  • Balance scarlet with neutral colors.
    Scarlet can look great with white and other more neutral tones like beige, gray, or cream.
    These colors can help tone down the brightness and warmth of scarlet and create a more balanced and harmonious look.
    You can also use black as a contrast color to create a dramatic and elegant effect with scarlet.
  • Consider the direction and style of your room.
    The direction that your room faces can influence the choice of scarlet shade you use.
    A room that faces the south or southwest can benefit from more fiery shades of scarlet, while a room that faces the northwest can look better with deeper shades of scarlet.
The style of your room can also affect how you use scarlet.

For example, a modern or minimalist room can look sleek and chic with scarlet accents, while a traditional or rustic room can look cozy and warm with scarlet fabrics and furniture.

Scarlet can also work well with some other colors that complement its warm and vibrant nature.

Use shades of blue to add a pop of color and create a contrast with scarlet.

You can also use other similar tones and shades such as orange, yellow, or pink to create a warm and cozy space.

Be careful not to add too many colors or too bright colors to the scarlet, as this can create a cluttered or chaotic look.

Example of the palette with the Scarlet color

Picture with primary colors of Sky blue, Scarlet, Stormcloud, Coral and Dark sienna
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
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