The psychology and meaning of color for interior design
Light colors are airy and, as a general rule, they make rooms feel larger and brighter. Dark colors are sophisticated and warm and they make rooms feel intimate.
The dominant hue should be a relatively neutral color. The secondary color can be a bit brighter, and the accent colors are used throughout a room in art, decor and textiles.
Red is the hottest of all the Primary Colors. It evokes a powerful emotion of passion and energy. Only use it as an accent color in areas where you want to create contrasts or focal points.
Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth, peace, tranquility and stability. Choosing relaxing colors such as blues and greens is often the best approach for the bedroom.
Yellow is the color of sunshine. It is associated with joy and happiness. In classical interiors, yellow is most often combined with white.
Green is the color of nature, environment, healthy, good luck, renewal. It is a great option for the bedroom.
Purple is associated with royalty and symbolizes power. Light purple and pink are good for a feminine design. The color purple is undoubtedly stylish.
The color brown is serious and very down to earth, with properties such as stability, reliability and approachability. it is always around; most of our furniture is made from timber and is brown and we also have timber floors. you don’t need to look far to find something brown.
White is associated with cleanliness, purity, newness, peace, innocence and simplicity. When used with a design using lots of negative space it gives a very clean look.
Orange represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, attraction, and success. This color stimulates and is thought to increase a person's appetite.
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