Colour is such an important part of design – any design – and it really helps create an atmosphere in any given space. Interior designers thrive on colour, because colours communicate feelings, messages and ideas and they help complete a design. But if you don’t know anything about colour, your choices may end up ruining what you are trying to do. To avoid this, you need to educate yourself about colours, the psychology behind each colour and how you can best use them in any design situation.
“The Theory of Colour: Paints, Fabrics and Pops of Colour” has been written as a guide to colours and you will learn about the psychology about colours as well.
Even if a client is asking for a black and white design, it’s important that you understand what that entails; is it truly all black and white or can you add pops of colour? And if so, what colours would be best suited for such a sophisticated design? Colours can be complicated, but they can also be simple if you know how to use them.
If you are thinking about becoming a textile designer, a personal shopper for an interior designer or any kind of creative mind in the industry, you must know how colours work together. And this book is the perfect tool.