The orange color is about fun, joy, and playfulness. It encourages social interaction in a fun, conversational way.
Orange is also the color that stimulates the appetite. Whilst it is often stated that red stimulates the appetite, this is more to do with color in culture.
From carrot colored carpets to apricot bathroom suites, orange has managed to achieve a reputation as a tone to avoid with interior design, unless you are going for a 1970s retro-chic sort of look. Because of this common association, there is no getting away from the fact that orange has been unfashionable within homes for some years.Try don’t to think of orange as a color that you should avoid and break the rule book. Because, when it comes to orange, the rule book is wrong.
Take a risk with this magnificent orange color and discover how to use it in your projects with this incredible infographic!
Orangealso represents physical comfortand expresses the feelings of abundance. The saturation of color will influence the intensity of the psychological qualities you will feel. You will experience a very different feeling when you look at your decoration. In Chinese restaurants, for example, they often use red tablecloths because red symbolizes good fortune. They are hoping their diners eat more to bring in more wealth. Be aware that with every color there are negative characteristics and by using too much orange or using the wrong tone in combination with other colors it can appear a bit frivolous like you’re not taking things too seriously. It can also bring up feelings of deprivation.Whether you feel the positive or the negative characteristics will be personal. Don’t be surprised if you like a color one day and not the next, but with this infographic, there is no way to be disillusioned. All the pieces of furniture put there has an inarguable refinement. In terms of lighting, we wouldn’t see color so it is key to get this right. Things to consider are room aspect and natural lighting conditions as color can change dramatically throughout the day.