January Blues: Why Color Palette Matters
8 January 2019
Have you ever walked into a room and felt immediately at ease? In any given interior space, the way your eye processes color can affect how you interpret the style, mood, and overall comfort level. The 1000M interiors, carefully crafted by Kara Mann, utilize color palette to create a harmonious, open atmosphere. For many designers, there is a thoughtful and precise effort made through color palettes and color theory to create a desired effect.
What is Color Theory?
Color theory is the science behind how we interpret the colors we see, and how we respond to specific color combinations. Colors can energize us, cheer us up, relax us, or help us concentrate. Colors can also be tiring or irritating after a while. For instance, red can evoke anger or passion, while blue spawns a tranquil and calm feeling. Artists learn color theory to create a foundation for their paintings or drawings, and interior designers use it as a framework for their color schemes and room designs.
How Does Color Theory Affect Interiors?
The physiological details of color choice are vast, so we’ll focus on some choices from the 1000M interiors palette. Rich, warm neutrals create a balance of dark and light, playing off the natural lighting found in each floor plan. The subtle earthy tones of the natural wood flooring induce a feeling of authenticity and comfort, a perfect complement to the invigorating freshness of white walls. Beautiful tones of gray and dark marble add an air of sophistication. Residents can also choose from three custom kitchen palettes, allowing them to further refine their perfect space.
Each detail within 1000M, including color choices, reflects the vision of the building — to live beautifully. Make an appointment at our award-winning Sales Gallery today to see each gorgeous color and detail in person.