So color's a really big part of design. It's one of the most important parts for me as a designer, and so there are certain colors that are just, cross the span, user-friendly, you don't have to worry about. If you're looking for things and elements to ground a space, and colors that really make it feel substantial and has a nice backdrop to it, chocolates are always really nice. The camels to the chocolate family. I really like going more chocolate.
I feel like it's like a warm blanket that surrounds you. Neutrals, creams always work well. But the really light blues, the watery blues, the natural greens that you would find really in nature, those always cross a span and you don't have to worry too much about that. When you get into colors like yellow and red, the pigments are so important that it could go wrong really easily, so I like to stick to the more neutral tones, if ever and play with the hues that way.