The combination of warm and cool colors in interior design
For a start, let's look at which of the palette colors are warm and which are cold. Warm include red, orange, yellow and possibly brown (warm neutral). Cold colors tend to include blue, green, magenta, and gray (usually cold neutral). White color can be warm or cold depending on which shades are used.
Cold colors are often associated with calm, with the exception of their bright colors (for example, electric blue), which fill the space with energy. When there are too many cold tones, the atmosphere of the room becomes gloomy and unfriendly, so you should dilute or emphasize warm colors.
It is best to mix warm and cool colors to ensure a sense of balance in the room. If you have a preference only warm, be sure to add at least a few items in the opposite set of colors.
If you are afraid to experiment, ask for help from the designer, as designers are experts in color matching.