For 110, matching color insulation to the same color is usually going to produce correct wiring. My shop is all 20 amps per circuit, and the wireing for each circuit is wrapped with color coded tape so there's no confusion, which also makes it easier to distribute the load without overloading any particular circuit. One circuit (blue) is only for AC/heat and LED lights. I only used it on rare occasions for a tool or a fan. There is ample spare capacity on that circuit.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.