When you're working with color it is important to understand the temperature of the lighting source not in terms of degrees but in terms of whether the light given off has a yellowish, warm light or a bluish, cool light.
As a general rule most standard incandescent lights send out warm light while flourescent lightening generally ranging between a very cool bluish white to warmer pinkish hue.
Companies like General Electric continually are developing products to 'make colors "pop" in a way they don't with standard incandescent bulbs.' Their Reveal bulb uses the earth element neodymium in the glass. When these bulbs are lit, the neodymium (the reason the bulbs are blue) provides a pure, clean light by filtering out most of the yellow. When you remove much of the dulling yellow cast common from ordinary incandescent light bulbs the colors in your room are truer and the surface textures are more defined.
Philips has a product they call Natural Light that provides a quality of light that is similar to natural daylight. This type of light is close to spectrum lighting which is a very natural white light.
If you are wanting to create a mood in a room even if its just for a party or event you might consider color=altering LED lights which can often be controlled with the flip of a switch. Philips has just such a product that let you be the 'life of the party'