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Closest colors:
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PANTONE 2010
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RAL 1028
in RAL Design:
RAL 080 80 90
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RAL 270-5
How the UCLA Gold color can be used in the interior design?
2023-05-31 Snargl 3 minutes 54 seconds
# General # Design

How the UCLA Gold color can be used in the interior design?

Group of people at a table in a room with orange balls on the floor and a woman standing in the background. Example of #FFB300 color.
UCLA Gold color example: Living room with a lot of furniture and a painting on the wall above the couches and chairs
UCLA Gold color example: Fireplace with a bunch of candles on it and a wreath on the mantle with balls and ornaments around it
House with a tree and a light shining on it's front door and windows and a cactus in the yard. Example of #FFB300 color.
Couple of yellow balls on top of a table next to each other on a table top with a clock tower in the background
UCLA Gold is a bright and warm color that can be used in interior design to create a sense of luxury, optimism, and elegance.

It is ideal for bedrooms, as it creates a gentle, glowing atmosphere that is intimate and sophisticated.

However, UCLA Gold can also be used in other rooms, such as kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and dining rooms, to add some sparkle and contrast to the space.

Some tips for using UCLA Gold in interior design are:
  • Pair it with navy blue for a classic and refined look.
    Navy blue is a dark and saturated color that complements the warmth and radiance of UCLA Gold.
    This combination can work well in dining rooms, living rooms, or bedrooms, as it creates a sense of balance and harmony.
    For example, you can paint the walls navy blue and use UCLA Gold for the curtains, cushions, lamps, or accessories.
  • Use it to liven up kitchen cabinets or appliances.
    UCLA Gold can add some personality and flair to a kitchen, especially if the rest of the space is neutral or white.
    Use this color for the cabinet doors, handles, faucets, or lighting fixtures, to create a focal point and a contrast.
    Alternatively, you can use it for the backsplash, countertops, or tiles, to add some texture and shine to the kitchen.
  • Enhance a small powder room with UCLA Gold walls.
    A powder room is a great place to experiment with bold colors, as it is a small and enclosed space that can handle a lot of drama.
    UCLA Gold can make a powder room feel cozy and glamorous, especially if you use a metallic or textured paint.
    You can also use this color for the mirror frame, the sink, or the faucet, to create a cohesive and luxurious look.
  • Add luxury to a main bedroom with UCLA Gold bedding, furniture, or accessories.
    This color can make a bedroom feel more inviting and comfortable, as it reflects the light and creates a warm glow.
    Use UCLA Gold for the bedding, such as the duvet cover, the pillows, or the throw, to create a cozy and elegant bed.
    You can also use it for the furniture, such as the nightstand, the dresser, or the chair, to add some sophistication and style.
    Alternatively, use UCLA Gold for the accessories, such as the wall art, the clock, or the vase, to add some interest and charm.
  • Go bold in the bathroom with an all-over metallic color scheme.
    If you want to create a stunning and eye-catching bathroom, you can use UCLA Gold for the entire space, from the walls to the ceiling, to the floor.
    This will create a dazzling and dramatic effect, as the gold will reflect the light and create a shimmering effect.
    You can also use other metallic colors, such as copper, brass, bronze, or silver, to create some contrast and variety.
    However, be careful not to overdo it, as too much gold can look tacky and overwhelming.
    You can balance the gold with some white or black elements, such as the sink, the toilet, or the towels, to create some relief and clarity.

Example of the palette with the UCLA Gold color

Picture with primary colors of Smoky black, Light brown, UCLA Gold, Olive Green and Light goldenrod yellow
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...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 9000-N
NCS S 3050-Y30R
NCS S 0570-Y10R
NCS S 2030-G70Y
NCS S 0520-G70Y
RAL Classic
RAL 9005
RAL 2001
RAL 1003
RAL 1002
RAL 9010
RAL Design
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 060 50 60
RAL 070 70 80
RAL 100 70 40
RAL 050 90 10
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