Once upon another time, there was light. And color schemes in a variety of interior designs were never the same.
Color perception is above all, a phenomenon closely connected to luminosity. If we perceive a color as cold or warm, this is strongly related not only to the color itself, but to the type of light that falls onto the respective color and to the surrounding colors as well. Therefore, we will deem red, yellow and orange as warm colors, while blue, green and violet will be cold colors.
Warm colors have a tendency of “diminishing” or “condensing” a room, while cold colors tend to “dilate” or “expand” the same space.
The space itself affects color perception. Its dimension is one of the key factors when choosing a wall color. It’s worth bearing in mind that you have the option of calling for our specialists’ advice regarding wall color right on premises, because the room’s height, the most visible wall, the furniture or the decorations as well as the number of doors and windows, may influence the way the dominant color in a room is perceived.