Green is nature’s neutral, a balance between cool and tranquil blue and the warmth and cheerfulness of yellow. It’s balancing vibrations bring a sense of harmony to surroundings and it has come to symbolize health, growth and vitality.
We are all unique individuals with no two people being the same, however much research has revealed that there is a link between colours we are drawn to and particular personality traits. In fact some psychologists use this research to help them get more information about their patients. Continue reading “What Your Favourite Colour Says About You”
Working on Spaces Magazine means I get to see the most beautiful makeovers done by wonderful stylists. This often leaves with me a dilemma because I can’t choose what I want to do in my own house. Continue reading “Bedroom Before and After Colour”
Entering Decorex Cape Town last week, I was subconsciously expecting to see a lot of classy, elegant black stands. Black and grey have been designer favourites at the show for a while. This was not the case at Decorex Cape Town, I walked into the show and my eyes nearly popped out when the stand in front of me – Mr Price – was eye candy in beautiful Indigo blues, with accents of green, gold and copper.
In Colour theory a complementary scheme is created when you combine colours that are opposite Continue reading “Colour Combinations – Why opposite Colours are Complementary”
Are you feeling tired and rundown? A change of colour scheme in your home or workplace may just be the therapy that you need.
Colour has the power to affect how you look and feel – for better or for worse! Which is why colour therapy is all about using colour to create well-balanced spaces and happier homes, Continue reading “Great Examples of how Colour Therapy can be used to lift spirits and inspire at work and at home.”