It’s Color Week at Willow College – Day 4 more Color Images
Yeah, yeah yeah, enjoying these color images. Still loving color and I expect you are too. We hope you enjoyed yesterdays photos – you can find day one photos of color week, and day two here, day three.
Here is our new color photo series today please feel free to make comments, we would love to hear what you think. And of course as we are ramping up our Pinterest account – please share there too. Now it’s time to sit back and appreciate color for the true hero that it is. We wouldn’t have a job as an interior designer without our trusty sidekick color to get us across the finish line.
So Here is Today’s Color Week Interior Color Images
Less is best often in interior design – what do you think here? Let the color do the talking I say, and It’s screaming “OOOOOrrrrraaaannnnggggeeee!” Wow the orange is really intense but I like it. and the simplicity of the chairs. No adornment, a simply functional space. Now remember if you have looked at orange color meanings from interiordezine.com that you will know that orange helps with concentration – perfect for this study/working environment.
Here’s Today’s Color Week Inspiration Photo
Photo by Nikita Andreev on Unsplash.
I am staggered once again like yesterday by the detail in this building – imagine trying to specify which color goes where! Imagine trying to draw it. I think it’s great to look at different cultures to get inspiration, we don’t see buildings like this in New Zealand. I wouldn’t want to be the person who has to repaint it in 10 years, but I do enjoy looking at these color images and how they combine color to great effect.
Here’s Today’s Action Photos and color images from WillowCollege.com – that means you need to take action! Go take a look yourself, share our colorful photos on Pinterest or Facebook – spread the word, it’s Color Week after all.
Bulk color blocks – a great way to add color to an interior. Green and Mustard in this color image look fantastic against the rough texture of the painted white brick.
We have a new Color Course available – hence my not so subtle sales pitch for color week!
If you want to learn more about how to use color for interiors, either for your own home, to become a color consultant or boost your interior decorating skills then this course will be ideal for you providing a good range of new skills for you.
You can find out more from Color for Interiors
Thanks for visiting the color course page and sharing our pictures – another hint if you haven’t already. More great color photos tomorrow.