It’s summer, and many of us feel the desire to add a little color into our homes.The colors are the easiest and cheapest way to bring a new look to our home and workplace, and in light of the economic “challenges” that can help raise the lowest mood with only a small budget and little effort.
In general, to create a psychological sense of stability and harmony is better to choose a more classic color choice for your home. I advise my clients to think in terms of tone, from the lightest beige to creamy rich dark chocolate tones, to create the best color palette for most homes and offices. After a lot of contrast – though this can be eye-grabbing – provides a sense of “unsettledness”, although it may work for advertising, which is why you see so much about it on television and in the design of .
for the home or office in which the stress of hard control is a priority – more harmonious choice is always preferable, because after all, you’re going to be looking at it for several hours every day for weeks, months and years. Therefore, the aim is that the colors embrace you, do not shake all the time.
a few accents of dark or saturated colors are acceptable, but the overall impression of the room should be the ease and comfort.
Very saturated colors (such as the “higher”density or darker) usually provide high contrast and image the entire room with one of them, or more than one – may not be the best solution. De-saturated colors (such as “easier” or more “pastel” color families) are easier on the eyes and make you feel comfortable right away.
In addition, they reflect light and bring more light into the room, maximizing natural light, instead of dimming down, you need to use artificial lighting. You can understand now how dark the room is just not to call.
One of the most popular color trends for spring 2010 is the extensive use of gray or gray-based colors. I just read a design magazine today that said: “foggy gray and dark blue are the colors of the season, but those colors tend to remind me of rain, overcast skies and mud. The last thing you need to do is to introduce a cool color palette that depresses you, or worse, leads to a seasonal affect disorder!
I’ve been in many buildings throughout the country and around the world, including historical buildings that are homes of kings and queens, and I never once saw any gray-based paint walls, tapestries, and skins. color palette has always been composed of bright colors like aqua, pink, red, blue, turquoise, greens, yellows, and gold – not grayscale. During the days of the ancient monarchy, colors like purple and red are considered the most respected and beautiful, and you will see the richest noblemen and women wear them and decorating their homes with them …. They were happy to get bored during the winter months in cold castles.
In the office, gray-based paint can easily have negative effects not only on mood, creativity, focus, and productivity of everyone from receptionist to CEO. only office that can actually make good use of the gray-based colors are those in which people spend most of their time staring at a computer screen. After staring at a computer screen for hours, based gray-colored wall helps to “balance” in the eyes. But besides that I do not recommend the black – not on the walls, not on the floor, not the ceiling, not on most furniture
To find the most appropriate colors to enhance the Feng Shui of a building which has more people actually working professionals, since so many people and situations should be taken into account.
However, for further help in choosing your personal ideal color, I have created a list based on your Feng Shui Kua. Your Feng Shui elements based on your date of birth. If you do not know your Feng Shui Kua, you can find it in a chart posted here.
Once you have identified your Feng Shui Kua can wear these colors, as well as include them in your home or office for painting the walls, the choice of sofa, chairs, curtains, etc.
Feng Shui Kua element Natural dyes</p> <p>Zhen Wood Green Aqua, light green<br />Xun Wood Green Aqua, light green<br />Li Fire Red, Vermillion, Cadmium<br />Ken earth Indian yellow, yellow ocher<br />Kun Earth Indian yellow, yellow ocher<br />Xian Metal White Gold<br />DUI Metal White Gold<br />Kan Water lavender, blue, Azure, Black
ready to change the look of your home and office? Then start with these general tips:
Remember that this is your ideal color so that it can be dominant in the room, but that does not mean that the entire room will be this color. It is desirable to have more than one color in the room to have a balance.
Once you have identified your element, you can choose the color of the element that either precedes or follows yours. So, if you have a fire element, for example, it would be great to introduce some colors of wood or earth colors, as well as the “red fire” to create some variety.