Pistachio color is one of the most calm and at the same time cheerful shades. That is why fashion designers and interior designers are equally eager to turn to him. To get a pistachio-toned paint, you need to have a basic understanding of the colors.
green, yellow, beige paints
Any hue of the palette is determined by parameters such as hue, lightness and brightness (saturation). There are only three tones - according to the number of primary colors - blue, yellow, red. All other shades belong to these three groups. Lightness determines how much white is in a shade (the lightest tend to white, the darkest - to black). And finally, contrast means the closeness of a shade to gray - the more gray in a shade, the less expressive it is.
Thus, to create a pistachio - that is, a dirty green color - you need yellow, green, gray, beige paints. The base of your shade will be green (not a bright herbal shade, but not a rough khaki), mixed with ocher or umber (not "canary", but a calmer yellow). The resulting tone should be "muted" with gray and lightened by adding white or beige color scheme.
The combination of colors in the interior is a feasible task not only for professional designers, but also for people who are not devoid of taste. Pistachio color is one of the win-win options for creating an interior with a single color scheme. For a stylish monochrome look, fill a room with pistachio walls with olive, salad, mustard or tobacco-colored details. All shades of white, beige and gray-brown go well with pistachio. The contrasting combination of pistachio with plum, black or turquoise looks no less original.