The importance of color in the house, especially on the walls and in general in different environments, and is often overlooked or treated in a superficial manner. The classic pastel color in the kitchen instead of the canonical white for example, not to be read in an absolute sense but placed in a broader context, the importance of light in the color rendering.
How many times, bringing home a jar of color seen on the classic sample, we notice, unfortunately, at the end, which is different from that seen on the wall model of the shop? This is because the color output is greatly influenced by the light. Therefore, before deciding on which one wall of the kitchen will be this blue pastel is so pursued, consider how much and which light will receive the environment in the course of the day and of course, you are of the evidence of the first color of paint, 30sqm in a single blow.
But then, how to choose the shades that are right for the different rooms of the house? Here are some tips to deal with the issue in a rational manner.
The exposure is the first thing to check. Each room, in fact, receives a different light, because is different the exposure, and the arrangement of the openings. In general, the rooms exposed to the North receive a cold-light with a dominant tending to blue, and then using, for example, hue tending to grey, albeit elegant, you may “turn off” the environment. Best shades of light and warm that enhance the low amount of light coming in.
The opposite situation, the rooms exposed to the South. In fact, here the light is abundant and comes with a warm tone. Coloring these environments will be the most simple because they can be treated with cold or warm color , and especially do not arise during the course of the day color variation evident because the amount of light coming in from the outside will be a constant.
Finally, the East and the West go hand in hand with sunrise and sunset. If in the East the morning you will have a beautiful and warm light in the afternoon cold, to the West it will be the exact opposite. Then choose the colors according to usage of the room in question, because the light from the artificial shore.
Each room has its own color
Every environment of the house, once you have established the exposure, is in need of a color well-defined for colour and shade. It seems an affirmation that banal, but in reality is often overlooked. Let’s start from the entrance. Often narrow and dark, sometimes unnecessarily huge. Better to use warm colours that then play on the gradient, more or less clear. Give a greater sense of welcome and warmth. Nothing prohibits the use of colours that are dark but always be careful with the light that it receives during the day, otherwise you will be forced to turn on the lights even in the day.
In the kitchen, the white should always be there because it creates a sense of freshness and cleanliness. In the bedroom the best colors are cool and relaxing that accompany sleep. In the bedroom of the children, intense shades, and bright will be challenging for the activity. In short, the natural light is very important because it interacts then with the colors chosen, creating visual stimuli that produce positive effects on quality of life. Then, the first to wield the brush, stop to reflect on these aspects and much more. The resulting color will be as right as the best yield. Then the tastes are tastes.