Can you like the same color forever

Gray, dreary everyday life. What a nightmare. Life without colors is hard to imagine. Colors are more than just colorful creators. They have a direct effect on our subconscious. Find out more about the effect of colors here and use them for you.

Color psychology - how do colors affect our well-being?

From the wall to the decoration to the furnishings: colors affect our well-being from all sides. And in different ways. Some colors stimulate the mood, some have a refreshing or calming effect.

On the walls, colors can actually change the overall effect of the room, e.g. B. increase / decrease the room feel or change the depth of the room.

Here you can find out which colors naturally have which effect on us. Let yourself be inspired and come up with your own personal color concept for your home.

yellow

  • radiant & stimulating
  • conveys a warm, comfortable atmosphere
  • promotes concentration
Positive association:
friendly, optimistic

red

  • has a signaling effect and attracts attention
  • has an invigorating effect
  • increases self-esteem
Positive association:
strong, dynamic, active

green

  • looks lively & natural
  • Symbolic color of life
  • calming & concentration-enhancing
Positive association:
relax, positive, harmonious

blue

  • appears sober, factual and trusting
  • relaxes and promotes peace
  • promotes communication
Positive association:
quiet, strong
  • In western culture people associate with color White only positive attributes like joy, lightness, purity, honesty and clarity. White looks clean, elegant and solemn. When it comes to interior design, the white shade serves as a comprehensive base shade and as a counterweight to brightly colored accents.

    But even with white there are differences in the degree of warmth. A pure white looks rather cool, a cream-colored eggshell white, on the other hand, is warm.

    Here you can find exclusive shades of white (PDF, 7,245 KB).

  • Who thinks that the color Gray is boring and monotonous, has cut itself. White door frames or furniture look very classy in contrast to a gray wall surface and colored surfaces are intensified in their luminosity through the combination.

    In small rooms with little incidence of light, you should use light, cool gray tones. A large, bright room can also handle a dark gray wall.

    Here you will find the most beautiful shades of gray. (PDF, 1,822 KB)