Sun, joy, relaxation, warmth. No, we are not talking about a day at the beach. These are actually some of the main features of warm colors and the cool thing is that you can reproduce those sensations inside your home. Wondered what it would be like to have a summer day in the living room? Or in the kitchen? There are two main groups into which colors are divided: warm colors and cold colors. And what are these colors? The three main warm colors are red, orange and yellow. In this post you will see more about it and learn how to make a beautiful Crochet Mix Shawl.
The resulting shades of these colors such as pink and orange red are also included and can be used in your decor. Cold colors are represented by blue, green and purple. The German psychologist Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) was responsible for this cataloging of colors. Wundt divided them according to the sensations they aroused in humans. According to him, warm colors are associated with fire, heat, day and blood.
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They are dynamic and stimulating expressing vitality, strength, excitement and movement. While, on the other hand, cool colors are static, soft, soothing, and relate to water and night, perfect for decorating a room, for example. Knowing how to correctly distinguish warm colors from cool colors is a prerequisite for every interior professional, such as decorators, designers and architects. The correct balance and ratio between warm and cool colors results in harmonious, balanced and warm environments.
Red is a primary color directly related to passion, strength, human impulses, desires and power, and is often used in decoration. Red is also the color of dynamism and energy. An environment decorated with red color is strong, stimulating and cheerful. Color expands relationships and causes joy. These features make red the ideal color for living rooms, dining rooms and the kitchen as they favor personal and family relationships.
The second warm color is yellow. Like red, yellow is part of the trio of primary colors. Associated with the sun, wealth and prosperity, yellow emanates good things and feelings of fullness, perfect for your decoration. Orange is a secondary color resulting from mixing red and yellow. That is, it carries a little of each of these colors. The main characteristics of orange is vitality, dynamism, success and joy.
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