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COLOR SEMINAR
THE  POWER OF COLOR
Color is the most vital and expressive  of the elements of design. It effects us psychologically and physically
WARM COLORS  red, red-orange, yellow, yellow-orange COOL COLORS  blue, blue-green, green, violet, blue-violet NEUTRAL COLO...
Primary colors  - yellow, red, blue Secondary colors  - equal amounts of 2 primary colors - green, violet, orange Tertiary...
COLOR SCHEMES Achromatic   Uses black or white or variations of gray Monotone   Neutralized colors =   off-white, beige, t...
Monochromatic  Uses a single hue but with its range of  values and different degrees of intensity Analogous  Uses colors t...
COMPLEMENTARY  Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EACH COLOR <ul><li>Each color  </li></ul><ul><li>Reflects the personality of cl...
Light - Review colors to be used in different lights - Level of illumination affects color = color may become  dull with t...
<ul><ul><li>SELECTION OF A COLOR SCHEME </li></ul></ul>Starting point can be a piece of fabric to be used or a piece of ar...
Color Transitions from room to room Visual Communication Color Trends
 
 
 
 
COLOR SEMINAR Website: www.letitialittle.com Letitia Little, Allied ASID, CID Phone: 952-226-6420 [email_address]
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  1. 1. COLOR SEMINAR
  2. 2. THE POWER OF COLOR
  3. 3. Color is the most vital and expressive of the elements of design. It effects us psychologically and physically
  4. 4. WARM COLORS red, red-orange, yellow, yellow-orange COOL COLORS blue, blue-green, green, violet, blue-violet NEUTRAL COLORS gray, white, and black NEUTRALIZED COLORS beige, brown, taupe, cream, ivory, off-black, off-white
  5. 5. Primary colors - yellow, red, blue Secondary colors - equal amounts of 2 primary colors - green, violet, orange Tertiary or Intermediary - equal amounts of a primary and a secondary color - blue-green, red-orange, red-violet
  6. 6. COLOR SCHEMES Achromatic Uses black or white or variations of gray Monotone Neutralized colors = off-white, beige, tan, brown, off-black
  7. 7. Monochromatic Uses a single hue but with its range of values and different degrees of intensity Analogous Uses colors that are side by side on the color wheel
  8. 8. COMPLEMENTARY Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel
  9. 9. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EACH COLOR <ul><li>Each color </li></ul><ul><li>Reflects the personality of client </li></ul><ul><li>Reflects the mood of a room </li></ul>
  10. 10. Light - Review colors to be used in different lights - Level of illumination affects color = color may become dull with too little light, too much light can wash out a color - Light can affect the mood of a room COLOR IS AFFECTED BY
  11. 11. <ul><ul><li>SELECTION OF A COLOR SCHEME </li></ul></ul>Starting point can be a piece of fabric to be used or a piece of art, rug, or wallpaper = Color Source
  12. 12. Color Transitions from room to room Visual Communication Color Trends
  13. 17. COLOR SEMINAR Website: www.letitialittle.com Letitia Little, Allied ASID, CID Phone: 952-226-6420 [email_address]
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