I chose this infoposter because I like its unique look at color and how it effects our mood. I also enjoyed its layout with the colors of rooms in a house and their effects, as well as the color charts below. it gives the infoposter good balance and use of color and direction. Ideas, Color Psychology, Psychology Of Colors, Colors Psychology, House, Painting Colors, Infographic, Design, Colours
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love the color pallet. thank you !:). Just open my card from you. I love the card. You are so thoughtful missing you here in Vancouver. Hope the house sitting is going well. Looking forward to your next visit. I hear the choir is starting soon. All the best. Xox
What is it about color? It’s the biggest choice we can make for a space. Whether we withhold it, or go all the way, It has the power to evoke such emotion, from large statement pieces or simple pops, paired with unexpected combinations. The entire wall, a large piece of furniture, or carried out in our fabric, it’s kind of a big deal in terms of establishing the feel of a space.
Color Theory is one of the most powerful tools a designer can wield. Colors are a form of non verbal communication that can speak volumes in a fraction of a second. Color can instantly set a mood, convey an emotion, invoke a physical reaction and inspire people to take action. When we harness the right color and it’s associated symbolism to help tell a client’s story it can have a powerful effect.