The psychology of colours is a fascinating topic to explore. Knowing how different shades affect people’s emotions is an advantageous skill to have in a lot of occupations nowadays, ranging from marketing professionals to bakers, to fashion designers.
As Property Stylists, choosing the right colour palette of furniture & decorations is an essential part of our job. Taking into consideration factors like the style and architecture of the house, the colour of the walls, the targeted demographics of the buyers… it is not always a straight-forward decision.
Luckily, there is one colour so versatile that it can be used virtually in EVERY home we style.
The colour of the sky and the sea. In interior design, blue insinuates elegance, freshness, and calmness.
Did you know that blue is the world’s favourite colour? Based on a survey held in 10 countries across four continents – blue is the most popular in all of them!
These days, blue can be seen practically everywhere you look. Cars, clothes, houses, jewellery… you name it. And yet, despite blue’s current popularity and ubiquity, the history it carries could not be further from the present-day.