Importance of Colour in Interior Decoration
Importance of colour in Interior Decoration
Colour is one of the vital elements that are important in Interior decoration. Your decoration process will not be complete without putting into consideration the use of appropriate colours and colour combination.
Colour can be likened to the moon in the night that shine light everywhere, as it gives meaning to an environment.
Red is usually associated with ambition, determination, and leadership, also connotes physical desires.
Pink shows compassion, intimacy, and unconditional love
Blue connotes honesty, loyalty, and trust
Purple represents awareness, creativity, and imagination
Orange associated with motivation and optimism
Yellow shows enthusiasm and knowledge, it also evokes feelings of fun, happiness, and hope
Green represents energy and emotion, it also serves to balance and to create stability
It is important to note that colour for decorating in a church is different from that of an office or a home setting. Every designer or decorator should take note of all these in order to achieve better and meaningful result.
The ability to select the best colors gives you an edge in interior decoration
Here are a few Importance of Colour in Interior Decoration
To improve object recognition - Do you know that you can recognize object clearly through colour?
Do you know that colour enhances speedy recognition? I must confess that the importance of colour in decoration makes object recognition very easy. You don’t need to stress your eye or stress yourself to identify the philosophy behind a decoration.
Use colour to establish visual identity
Do you know that colour is really helpful for visual identity especially in marketing and branding? Many brand experts make use of colour for symbolism; to express the right visual identity of a company. Advertising or
Advertising or Branding programs may not be very successful without adopting colour as part of the decoration.
Colour help to communicate mood
Finally, colour help to communicate the mood of a place, room or event. Whether it is celebration mood or sad mood; colour helps to evoke emotions.
From fact findings, it was discovered that light colour is mostly associated with a positive impression, while dark color gives a picture of the opposite side
A freelance writer and a graduate of Mass Communication
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