There is not only one color indicated in blue, but an entire selection of blues. It is a powerful tool that provides a quick method of identification. It can also be used to create a signature. So, if you really like blue or any other color, do not hesitate to give it a room. Generally, light colors dry very quickly, darker colors require slightly longer times. Other colors should be accents and should not be the dominant color. The specific Pantone colors are designated as the colors of four classes.
Color is such an important aspect of interior design. This should reflect the message you are trying to convey. Secondary colors, listed below, could be used in addition, provided they are used in small quantities (20% or less) as complementary accent colors. They should be used in less than 50% of the entire color range for one piece. They can not be used as alternatives to the official colors of the university. Tertiary colors should be used sparingly, in other words, in less than 10% of the pallet in one piece. The dark colors, on the opposite side, give refinement and intimacy.