Last week I gave you some inspiration of how to implement the colour of the year 2019; Living coral, in your home with smaller items. But you might want it a bit bigger, slightly bolder, and more prominent. So this week I show you some chairs and art works. Let me know what you think of it!
In my last blog I introduced you to the colour of the year 2019; Living Coral. I left you with some colour inspiration, but that might not be enough. If you don't want to paint a wall that is fine, so in this blog I'll give you some links to styling products in the newest colour trend. Ready? Here we go!
Happy New Year everyone! A new year stand for a new version of you, a new change and a new and better mindset. And each year is accompanied by a new colour. In 2018 we had ultra violet, but now time has changed and I'm really excited to show you the colour of 2019;
There have been done multiple studies to see how certain colours effect the human body.
But this is a shortlist of some of those results.
The meaning of colour isn’t as straight forward as the title, since every person has different reactions to different colours. A meaning of a colour could also change depending on for instance the culture or time you’re living in. So in this blog I’ll try to describe some of the differences in colour psychology as well as in colour symbolisation, as good as possible from different point of views, but don’t start a fight over it 😉
According to google colour is; “the property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits light.”
Many years pass since Sir Isaac Newton’s discovery and colour theories come, go and some stay. One of the most important colour theory in recent history is from the Swiss theorist and artist Johannes Itten in 1961. Johannes Itten taught and studied colours from both a scientific and artistic perspective. To Itten, “Colour is life; for a world without colour appears to us as dead… Colours are the children of light, and light of their mother” (Itten 1970, p8).