When choosing a color, your own taste comes first. Colors should please, create comfort and cosiness. When in doubt, here are some tips for choosing a wall colour.
Table of Contents
- 1. Hallway
- 2. Bedroom
- 3. Cabinet
- 4. Influence of color and its features
- 5. How to choose the right color?
The colour of the hallway primarily depends on the lighting and ceiling height. If the hallway is small and there is not enough light in it, it is better to give preference to light shades: white, cream, beige, yellow, blue and light Gray. At the same time, warm colours visually reduce the space, but at the same time create the illusion of greater luminosity.
Cool colours are suitable for brightly lit rooms, visually increasing the space. Another tip to make the hallway seem larger, the colour of the walls should be lighter than the furniture.
To fall asleep quickly and get up easily, choose colours that best promote rest and relaxation. Cold and neutral tones, as well as natural colours are ideal for this: green calms, chocolate creates a feeling of warmth and peace, blue and blue reduce emotional stress, Gray allows you to fall asleep quickly.
A restrained colour scheme is traditionally chosen for the office, since a lot of active colour tires and interferes with work. The beige colour is soothing.
Green improves performance and relieves eye strain.
Yellow and orange stimulate the imagination.
White, blue and cyan colours improve productivity.
4. Influence of color and its features
The influence of colour has been scientifically proven: colors affect people not only psychologically, but also physiologically. Color inspires, excites, affects well-being and mood, as well as the perception of temperature or distance.
Indoors, it is considered natural if the floor is the darkest element of the space, and other colors become lighter towards the ceiling. The dark floor is reminiscent of the solid surface of the earth, while the light ceiling is perceived as spacious and airy. Walls create a sense of security when they differ in color from the ceiling and floor.
5. How to choose the right color?
With the help of color, you can change the proportions of the room, visually reduce or increase the volume, make the walls higher or lower.
For example, a narrow and elongated room can be visually made more symmetrical, if the far wall is painted in a more intense color, it visually brings the wall closer and the room will appear shorter.
To visually enlarge the room, on the contrary, the far wall should become light. A light back wall, ceiling and floor will visually make the room narrow, high and deep. Horizontal stripes on the end walls will visually enlarge the room, and vertical stripes will make the ceiling higher. By using light and cool colors, the room will appear larger.
If the room uses dark, bright and warm colours or a large pattern, the space is visually reduced. A tall room can be made lower by painting the ceiling dark and the walls in light colours. Knowing the basic rules related to space and colour will help create the right atmosphere.
For example, to make the room spacious and airy, the entire room can be painted white. The contours of the room in this case are a little lost and an additional emphasis on the furniture is created. When using bright warm colours, keep in mind that there should be room for light and neutral shades in the room so that the atmosphere is not too aggressive