Color + Psychology
Craddock of Yvette Craddock Designs (YCD) was provided a unique opportunity to showcase the firm’s skills of planning for both present and future needs of a luxury residence.
Cortney is part of blogging duo called A Whimsy Wonderland, where she and best friend Jenna Stocks share their colorful daily adventures in and around Los Angeles. A Whimsy Wonderland posts showcase the pair’s love of color, something Cortney’s kitchen was lacking.
April’s versatility and joyful nature is why we chose Spring Buttercup (DE5310) as this month’s color.
Color is perhaps the most important part of a design. It sets the tone for the entire project. It’s no wonder then that picking out your paint colors can take a fair amount of research. After all, the right color helps to convey the desired mood, or atmosphere, of a space.
Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate, here are four color palettes to inspire and make your day a colorful one.
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.