Colors have special properties that affect us every day. They influence our psyche, stimulate emotional states and determine our well-being. Colors, as well as textures, shapes and materials, are therefore an integral part of architecture and life. In short, colors have extraordinary power! So it is worth taking care to surround yourself with colors that affect us as positively as possible.
So how to use color combination to achieve a specific mood? We know that at first glance choosing the right colors can seem complicated, so we have prepared a short guide especially for you to surround yourself with colors that will make you feel fantastic every day!
How to combine colors?
We present 3 simple combinations, thanks to which your interiors will always look stylish and aesthetic.
If you want to achieve a harmonious, uniform arrangement, choose different colors of the same color. For example, it can be blue and two of its shades - darker and lighter. This will make the arranged room will be extremely consistent and aesthetic.
Related colors are those on the color wheel that are located next to each other. When arranging an interior, usually two or three similar shades are used. These colors have common roots, so together they form a very classic, coherent whole, but are absolutely not boring!
Complementary colors work on the principle of attraction of opposites. Therefore, using the color wheel, we can choose contrasting colors that match each other perfectly. Warm colors are complemented by cold, cold by warm colors. Based on the contradictions of color combinations create harmonious pairs. It is an ideal solution for spacious interiors!
You can read more about the power of color on our blog.
Functional description and recommended use of colours
|colour||influence of the psyche||impact on space||the preferred use||how it works together|
|red||stimulates, excites, intensifies activity, at the same time provides a sense of security and stability.||decreases the room||the hallway, the hall, perfect for color accents,||white, grey, graphite, blue, pistachio, black|
|orange||regenerates and restores vital forces, is a combination of the advantages of red and yellow, has an antidepressant effect,||decreases the room||yellow, red, blue, purple, beige, green|
|yellow||optimistic and cheerful, refers to the sun and summer, provides a gentle stimulation being the color of life.||decreases the room||kitchen, dining room||red, orange, purple, green, gold|
|blue||soothes and soothes, relieves pain, has a good effect on sleep regulation, is cool at the same time, can cause states of melancholy||bigger room||it doesn't work in dining rooms and kitchens||white, green, beige, turquoise, orange, pink, brown, grey|
|violet||stimulates, soothingly affects the nervous system and brain function, calms down, is associated with spirituality, in sensitive people may cause irritation||neutral||bedroom, livingroom||yellow, red, blue|
|pink||the colour of love, expresses stability, self-control, is associated with safety, promotes relaxation||neutral||bedroom, childroom||white, red, blue, green|
|brown||being the colour of soil, trees, cereals, it gives a sense of security of solidity, favours family life, facilitates isolation from problems||neutral||fits into any interior||blue, orange, red|
|green||relaxes and relaxes, gives a sense of peace and concentration, is the color of harmony facilitates concentration or relaxation||enlarges the space||the hallway, the stairwell, the office, the library, the bathroom||yellow, pistachio, purple, brown|
|gray||cold color introduces subdued toning||the light shades are neutral, the dark shades diminish||the bathroom, hallway, living room, is used in modern interiors||intensive colours with a high level of colour saturation, white|
|black||is conducive to isolation, gives a sense of support||neutral||reduces the size of the room||white, gray|