Color + Psychology
Los Angeles just got a whole lot brighter! Last week marked the opening of the multi-sensory pop-up experience HAPPY PLACE in LA’s Arts District.
Have you ever wondered how the correlation between color and mood affects interior design? There is, in fact, a link between color, our behavior, and our psychology.
With the rise of hygge (pronounced HOO-guh), a Danish lifestyle trend that encompasses coziness in all its forms, the focus on Nordic life and culture continues to inspire.
Yellow is universally recognized as the color of happiness, optimism, creativity, enlightenment, and sunshine.
Green is one of the most popular colors in the world and can be used throughout interior design projects to bring a client's vision to life. As an interior design professional it is important that you understand the specific meaning of the color green and how different shades can be used.
Every time you begin a new interior design project you must choose the best colors that complement the overall look of the space and reflect your client's personal style.
Interior design is about more than selecting furniture, accessories, paint, linens, and floor coverings. It's all about creating a space that speaks to a client's personal style and individual needs.
Have you ever heard of synesthesia? This is a rare condition in which an individual closely associates two unrelated senses. For example, scientists exploring synethesia have...
Color is an important part of our daily life and can bring a home's design to life. However, individuals with color deficiencies may struggle to distinguish and differentiate...
When humans look around at the world, they tend to believe that everyone sees the same colors. Recent studies involving color science reveals this isn't entirely true. One...