Color is a fundamental building block of interior design.
Colors impact the experience of a space by creating different feelings and moods. Cool and neutral tones tend to favor calm and contemplation, while warmer tones tend to be used for stimulation and to energize a room.
Keeping a room’s purpose and desired mood in mind, the next step is to define which colors will help you achieve this, and to do so, being familiar with some basic color theory in design is key.
This article aims to help you understand the psychophysiological effects of colors within a space to create a mood that tells a story and leaves an emotional impact.
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