Improving the mood of the interior, changing the color

The color that dominates the interior shapes its mood. Skillfully using the shades of the right temperature, you can create an ideally comfortable atmosphere in the house.

All colors can be conditionally divided into warm and cold. The first ones are red, orange and yellow, to the second is blue.

Green and violet are remarkable because they can change their “temperature”: yellow-green, for example, feels warm, and blue-green is cold; Violet color, close to blue, seems cool, and wine violet-red – warm.

Red is the hottest and “active”. It is associated with the power of life and passion, while occupying large surfaces and being too bright, can cause nervous overexcitation and even aggression.

Orange is life-affirming

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Orange is life-affirming, positive and mischievous, yellow – sunny and warming. These colors are not as evocative as red, but their bright colors still interfere with full relaxation and rest.

The cold scale, on the contrary, acts soothingly.

Blue is pacifying contemplative colors, they are also felt as the coolest.

Blue is pacifying contemplative colors

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Green is the color of natural harmony, freshness and health. It calms, but it does not help to disperse attention and drowsiness.
The most complex and infrequently used in the interior is purple. The impression he creates depends on the shade. For example, purple (purple-red) is the color of strength and self-confidence. In the old days it was considered an attribute of kings and is still associated with power and luxury.
The abundance of dark blue-violet in the room soothes like a night sky, but with prolonged exposure can oppress its gloominess.

A bright crimson shade causes positive emotions, but only when applied moderately. It is rare in nature and unaccustomed to humans, so using this color as dominant, it is difficult to create a comfortable space.