The 60-30-10 Rule
Any interior design enthusiast's greatest buddy is the 60-30-10 rule. This guideline may be used to ensure that your color pallet stays balanced no matter what your own aesthetic is or how you want your room to look. Three colors will be used in this configuration. The percentages of your design that each will make up are 60, 30, and 10. The following is how it works: To begin, pick one dominating color that will take up around 60% of the space.
This is usually a neutral or a modest color that can take up a lot of space without seeming claustrophobic. The secondary color, which is usually a bit stronger and takes up around 30% of the area, will come next. Finally, the remaining 10% should be made up of your accent color, which should be your brightest hue. Take, for example, the image above. The main color in this scenario is greige. It's all over the place, including the walls and the sofa. Then there's black, which is the secondary color. It may be found on the bookcase, side table, cushions, dining chair, and rug. Finally, coral serves as an accent color. The throw cushions and potted plants reflect this.