The conscious use of color palette became almost a necessity. With the use of materials to bring out their natural color to add colorant to bring out human emotions in the user’s conscious, the palette was chosen delicately. With early Industrialization, it was more natural to bring out greys of concrete and steel and to create a formal touch to the buildings. Later with the use of glass, the silver-blue tones started to bring a more transparent feel to it. The early modern Architecture, which followed the path of minimalism with the hint of classicism, often used rustic tones of brown and green with white to emphasize the darker, more private comfort in the dwellings. Amidst all trends, many started to experiment with their concepts of color, mixing palettes to un-orthodox their buildings and to create something unique. This gave a distinct style to Contemporary Architecture all around and such buildings emerged that pleases the eyes with their perky spirit.