The modern science ergonomics demonstrate and clarifies the role of color in our lives. The choice of colors for the rooms cannot be done randomly. Color composition of the interior is being considered in advance and is based on the intended use of the premises and the size also and their exhibition. In all cases, you must choose a color that is essential for the other colored objects. The color of the walls, which is the background for the furniture, paintings, fabrics, and even for people who live in the accommodation must be sustainable and as much as possible neutral to harmonize all elements of the interior. The rest must be inferior in intensity by choosing a passive color.
Besides the function of the premises and personal preference when we choose colors we must take into account the location of the premises themselves. In areas where sunlight is meager are appropriate warm colors, and in southeastern and southern areas - cold colors. To achieve interesting effects, the principle of inverse relation between the magnitude and the brightness of the color spot is used. For walls with larger areas are applied bright colors and for small objects are elected intense tones.
In rooms, designed for practice and learning, the colors of the walls must create an atmosphere of peaceful or business activity. For this purpose, are suitable neutral colors from the range of green, gray-green, gray-blue and other colors in the range of light yellow. In spaces for relaxation and cultural activities are suitable not very intensive colors like blue and beige.
Cabinet must create peaceful, balanced, but also stimulating mental activity atmosphere. Additional colors are imported to interior design by the furniture. Optical centers of relaxing can be created through pictures according to personal taste also with indoor plants and colorful paintings. As prime we must choose ocher, light green and as complementary colors - gray-blue, brown, red-brown and green, green, blue and yellow-brown.
The bedroom must imply comfort and freshness. In bedrooms color dynamics should not be proactive. Quiet, relaxing nerves atmosphere is achieved through the green color. Saturation and purity of tone shall be determined of size and height of the room. Strong contrasts should be avoided, they are usually made by the furniture and decorative fabrics. As color combinations we can use pastel colors with silver variations, combined with light blue and pink shades. For example, green, blue-green or blue as the main color, yellow-brown, ivory and red-brown as complementary colors.
Secound part of tihs article can be found at : Colors in interior part II