Now that you have a better understanding now on how warm tones can affect your room, you know that enough of these colors can stimulate an exciting, fun environment but too much can lead to an unbalanced, weak room. On the opposite side of warm tones, cool colors can create a relaxing ambiance throughout the room. Like warm colors, cool colors need to seek balance. When applied too strong or too frequently in a room, it can darken the atmosphere and give a cold vibe. By understanding what cool colors express in a design, you will be able to balance your space successfully. Let’s take a look!
When you think of green, you probably start to consider nature, grass, and trees. This soothing color is usually in direct response to “growth.” Whether trees are growing outside or financial stability, green’s portrayal of growth gives a room a sense of comfort. Incorporating plants can be a great way to express this color throughout your home. Adding too much green though, can take the reassurance of money and life and turn into an envious color. Green has also been known to be affiliated with jealousy, so be cognitive of how much of this color you add without taking proper procedure on balancing out the room.
Blue is the last primary color we have yet to discuss (Warm Colors). Blue is associated with loyalty and confidence. Adding this color to your space will help bring a relaxed, tranquil sensation and calming atmosphere. While this strong color can really help develop an atmosphere, take note that too much can make a room feel cold. A cold room can bring on a sense of mystery and fear which is essential to avoid.
“Your majesty!” Purple is a timeless, luxurious color that has been associated with royalty. While being consider sophisticated, this color can add a sense of elegance and wisdom to your home. Royal or not, it shows your true ambitious nature and your admiration for success. Purple can also have a spiritual value to it as well. This should be taken with caution because too much purple can translate mysterious or even arrogant.
Knowing how to use warm and cool tones will help you find balance in a room. With this knowledge, you can better decide the color palette you want to encapsulate in your space. If you missed our post on Warm Colors, click here to view it. Thanks for reading!
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