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Top 10 Color Wheels

Updated on October 9, 2014

How to choose color wheel?

What is a color wheel? Color wheel is a tool for interior designers, decorators and graphic designers. There are many types of color wheels but most of them show relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors. Color wheel is a great tool when having a meeting with customers.

When buying color wheel look out for the following features like Primary Color Mixtures, Tints and Tones, Complementary Harmonies, Warm and Cool Colors, Gray Scale, Personal Palette Color Harmonies Terms and Definitions.

Understanding color is one of the most important thing! Color wheel is a must have!

What is a color?

The word "color" looks and sounds simple but itself it's having really very powerful meaning.

Human eye reacts to everything and color is having ability to change our mood and at the same time our behavior.

Although there are billions of people in the world and everyone will react to colour in very different way. The reason of it can lie deeply in upbringing, believing and life experience, the part of the world you live. Color association is generally based on person's individual personality or cultural background. In Western cultures black symbolizes death, but in other countries the color of death is white.

However, there is a "norm" for every color. Psychologists found the standard psychological effect for every colur which is likely to provoke either positive or negative effect but color should be chosen for every specific place individually.

Take the guesswork out and get your color right the first time! This Interior Design Color Wheel helps you select the colors that work together for any living space or work space. It helps you harmonize interior design projects by illustrating complementary, split complementary, monochromatic and related color schemes and easy instructions and helpful hints are printed on the back. The guide is 8-1/2" x 11" and comes in a protective 3-ring binder sleeve. A "Must Have" for interior designers!

Top 2 - Easy to work with

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Two-sided Color Wheel. Mix side shows colors mixed with each other or with black and white. Harmony side shows analogous and complementary colors. A must for anyone mixing paint.

Perfect for choosing colors. It shows primary, secondary, warm & cool colors. Pick, point and match colors.

This handy color wheel helps pick out the perfect color combination every time! All information on wheel is available in English, Spanish, and French.

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A folding version of our popular Color Wheel. Illustrates the result of mixing colors, tints, tones, and shades. Reverse side is uncoated to allow you to paint your own personal palette. Features gray scale, many definitions, and folds to 3" x 5" (7.6 cm x 12.7 cm) for storage and convience.

This cool tool will give you new confidence in color selection. The front spins to display Bazzill's monochromatic and automatically shows you complementary and triadic color combinations. Each color is labeled with the Bazzill color name. The reverse of the color wheel is a primer that covers 9 topics that explain the basics of color selection and designing with color. The Bazzill color wheel is 9 in diameter.

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Not a wheel exactly

Specially designed for the classroom, the Crystal color wheel poster provides a unique reference to color concepts. The inner wheel rotates to identify and define major color schemes, such as analogous, complementary, and triadic schemes.

Colorful aids for teaching color mixing. Large classroom chart 19" x 21" (48cm x 53cm) with instructional material on back. Student version 7" x 7" (18cm x 18cm).

An indispensable tool for artists and color designers at every experience level. Shows artists how to mix beautiful, luminous colors.

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      acreativethinker 4 years ago

      Good information about color and color wheels. They are a very good resource to help in picking colors to mix and match in your decor. Thanks for sharing. Take Care :)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      A very nice selection and explanation of the 10 color wheels! Visited by the Interior Design Angel and blessed!

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      JulietJohnson 7 years ago

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      JulietJohnson 7 years ago

      I have been using the one you have in #5, but now I use thru adobe. It's unbelievably clever. You just upload a photo and it gives you every combo of complementary, triad etc. and THEN it giev you the colors in HEX or RGB or any one of 3 other combos. Sooo cool.kuhl!!

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      Diana Grant 7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Just to let you know, I have contacted Amazon .com (the USA site) and it is not possible for me to use my membership to order things from USA - what a shame! Still, I did try.

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      Diana Grant 7 years ago from United Kingdom

      I have just started art classes and our teacher was extolling and demonstrating the virtue of colour wheels. Being in England, it's not practical to buy from American Amazon instead of English Amazon because of postage cost, but I will click out from your website, and see if I can still get one cheaply. I haven't tried buying thro' Squidoo before.

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      BuckHawkcenter 7 years ago

      This is great. I'm going to have to get one just for my quilting designs. Nice job!

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      dublinmama 7 years ago

      It's quite hard to pick colors so I bought one...

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      Jan T Urquhart Baillie 7 years ago from Australia

      In a past life I was an interior decorator for a wallpaper specialist. Now I use my colour skills to teach quilters about colour. Thanks for the great info. I 'liked' it.