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The Psychology of Color

Mere color, unspoiled by meaning, and unallied with definte form, can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways - Oscar Wilde

If used effectively, color can be one of the most effecrtive tools a designer can use. Color is a form of communication that transends verbal messages and can build your mood or bring you down. Some color can upset your stomach, make you feel sick, some color makes you feel cold or happy or sad (blue). Color is exciting and says a lot about your personality and that you are willing to take chances, that you are confident enough to try to break out of the box . . . the beige/white box!

Color is probably THE most important element in a home. Why do we paint the nursery pink or blue? What about a Chinese red powder room? Here are a few photos that show the effect of color on a room:

Be Bold . . . take chances . . .

Be Bold

Pink walls set off the feminine power of the office space and allows the art to stand out

Nature's color . . . such beauty

Taupe and white . . . delicious

Wedgewood Blue is such a lovely color

Red walls adds excitement

Black and white can never fail, always elegant

A young girls bathroom is alive and electric

ahh, black and white stripes. Sensational

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