COLOR 101 | LEARNING THE BASIC OF COLORS

Friday, 31 January 2014

Colour tip 101





AS DESIGNERS OR DECORATORS, WE ALLOW COLORS TO BE OUR  GUIDE FOR THE STYLE PROCESS OF AN INTERIOR SPACE.


  • EXPLORE
  • MIX & MATCH
  • TAKE RISK
BY CHANGING A COLOUR OF A CHAIR IN A ROOM, IT GIVES THE ROOM A DIFFERENT FEEL. 
BY CHANGING THE COLOUR OF YOUR WALLS, CREATES A DIFFERENT ATMOSPHERE IN YOUR SPACE.
COLOUR DEFINES SPACE!

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Remember that colours define the mood and atmosphere of your space. You can either make a room aesthetically appealing to the human eye or create distress to the emotions with the colours you choose.....So, Choose wisely. Something that all decorators, designers and artists are taught in our early stage of studies is the basic colour wheel which contain colours called "Primary colours". 

Our primary colours are red, yellow and blue. From these three simple colours, everything else is created. By mixing our primary colours together, we get secondary colours which are violet, green and orange. As long as you know the primaries and secondaries, you can derive about any other colour you want. There is also something called complementary colours which are colours that are facing each other on the colour wheel. For example, yellow and violet are complementary colours. They work well together in a harmonious way. 






The contrast of the very opposite colours really make the difference in the room. 

Use the colour wheel and create your own palette, try it! EXPLORE and BE INSPIRED!




SOURCE: Freshome.com


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