What color? – Blackout fabrics guide
Scientists have always been interested in the influence of colors on the human psyche. The impact of colors goes deeper than our consciousness, appealing to our original instincts. The nature itself is the best teacher of the conscious choice of colors. Every day it gives us a lesson in aesthetics, showing its perfect harmony. It is enough just to take a good look, and the best color combinations will appear before our eyes.
The wide range of colors of the Blackout fabrics (we offer as many as 29 shades) and their delicate pattern allows to arrange any interior. It is also important what colors we have in our surroundings, because each of them has different properties. Probably not many people know that appropriately selected colors can, for example, have a positive effect on work efficiency and vice versa – wrong color combinations in a room cause fatigue, irritability and even drowsiness.
Space design with Blackout fabric
When designing space, choosing the colors of the interior, we should be aware of the impact of colors, because only then do we have a chance to achieve the set goals. Red stimulates, blue and green – calm down, yellow and orange make us serene and cheerful, giving the impression of warmth. Intense, saturated colors make our eyes tired, while we relax when surrounded by pale (diluted) shades. Pure, primary colors (yellow, blue, red) are more strongly perceived than secondary and mixed ones. Depending on the colors, the same room can give the impression of being cold or cozy, stimulating or calming. The type of lighting is also very important.
Knowledge of these general principles will help us in choosing the colors of the apartment, but remember that it is our personal preferences that should decide. Delicate, subtle pastels, preferred by some, seem bland and monotonous to others. Vivid, bright colors will delight some and irritate others. Dark blue (indigo) and purple can act as a balm, but they can also be disheartening and even cause depression.
It is worth knowing that no color exists for itself. It changes in comparison with others. It also depends on the background how it will be perceived by us. The same material may look different depending on what color it is combined with. We may like it in some combinations, while in others it will be unacceptable to us. It is also a very individual matter.
Pastel colors of curtains made of blackout fabrics will perfectly harmonize with the arrangement of a modern living room, bedroom, teenagers’ or children’s room. Avoiding bright and flashy colors, we obtain an environment guaranteeing relaxation and rest. In turn, bright, warm colors will give us a good feeling. We will apply light shades when we need peace and quiet, or more intense when we are full of energy and we are happy when something is happening around all the time.