Choosing Colour

  1. THE COLOUR WHEEL – A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING AND DEFINING COLOUR

    THE COLOUR WHEEL – A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING AND DEFINING COLOUR

    Many professionals work with colour and design on a daily basis. As well as having natural creative flair for these jobs, they have also studied colour theory and understand the base rules for creating different moods using colour. If you would like to give your space a new look but aren’t sure where to start, understanding the basics of colour theory can give you a great background and help you to choose your approach to a colour scheme.

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  2. choosing colour to maximise light

    CHOOSING COLOUR TO MAXIMISE LIGHT WITHIN YOUR HOME

    People often use words such as light and airy, or dark and gloomy to describe rooms. The amount of light that a room gets, based on the direction it faces and the number of windows it has is not something that can be easily changed. But you can use colour to change the feel of a room and maximise light.

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  3. Light and surface quality

    LIGHT AND SURFACE QUALITY

    Paint colours can very significantly in different lighting conditions. Surface quality is an important factor when considering the end result and is a key factor to look out for.

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  4. how light affects colour

    HOW LIGHT AFFECTS PAINT COLOUR

    Have you ever redecorated a room in your home, only to find the end result differs to the colour in the tin?

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  5. THE MANY MOODS OF COLOUR

    THE MANY MOODS OF COLOUR

    The right colour can lift our spirits, making us feel happy, relaxed or energetic. The wrong colour can also put us on edge or make us feel lethargic.

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