Green as a Decorative Accent
Green and its engless nuances – from the light to the dark spectrum, has been one of the colors that is preferred for decoration ideas by a lot of people. Its magical influence can make people calm down, can remove the stress away from them and can dive them into a fantasy world full of dreams, as well. Actually, green color is one of the most common shades in nature. Human eye meets more green colors comparing to the other colors in the spectrum. This is a logical explanation why human beings are more likely to percept green in its natural environment – nature, than used in the interior. That’s why working with green is one of the toughest tasks for the professional designers.
However, the goal has been achieved and thus Emeralad color has been chosen for a top trend color for 2013. If you want to be in touch with fashion trends, bet on Emerald.
Interior designer are not only responsible for creating concepts and arranging furniture. They also must know what feelings provide their design and what is the psychological influence over people’s minds. A recent research made by Stephanie Lichtenfeld from the University of Munich found that green color can stimulate creativity processes in human mind but it doesn’t affect analytics skills. This means that green furniture or walls will be more suitable for people whose lifestyle includes making abstract decisions. You’d better not use green if you a kind of person that is driven by practical needs.
Another interesting fact about green is that the human eye is most sensitive to. So, that’s why it is the color used for night vision goggles that all of us have seen on movies and games.
As for the interior, all kind of green nuances put the desired fresh accent into the place. They are perfect to add a sense for motion into boring design.
Being so widely spread in nature, green is also the color of ecology and balance. Maybe, you can use it for your home in combination with furniture, made from Eco materials. Or maybe you’d better check these examples of how green can be included in a specific room!