In nature, purple is rare – only in the petals of some colors, pigments and shellfish in precious stones. Can the interior designer to be more generous in its use of nature? Or is it a universal rule?
Distance – far
Volume – to decrease, making sleeker
Weight – heavy
Saturation – saturated
Temperature – cold
Luminosity or brightness – blackout
Movement – calm
The first impression – a frightening, important, significant
The psychological impact – a veiled excitement, emotion-sad mood, mystery, awakens creativity and intuition, spur the imagination, but not conducive to rational thinking, calms, soothes, improves sleep. Large quantities of tires and drives into a depression.
Amateur – sentimental or artistic, creative people, women
Suitable rooms – a bedroom, dressing-room, meditation room, home theater
Unsuitable room – an office, baby
Additional colors – lemon yellow
Styles – futuristic, high-tech, pop art, Victorian, Art Nouveau
The last of the six colors of the spectrum and at the same time very dark. It is formed by mixing the two main – red hot and ice blue. For this reason, purple is quite complicated, because it has to reconcile the contradictions of two vastly different psychological characteristics Kohler – peaceful and violent. It turns out well: purple noble and elegant, but its use in the interior is complicated by the fact that at the same time it gloomy, enigmatic and mysterious.
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