Re: Evangeline, MLI style
- From: Chris Howard <choward@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2006 18:37:58 -0500
Mirjam Bruck-Cohen wrote:
There is a difference to the way professional people call colors and the way some colors affect a ceratin space , or outer structure, The colors have their WEIGHTS, but they can `feel` or affect the looker feeling differently during the day or at night . Natural light has different effects than artificial lights. Natural light changes the way it falls with the turning of Earth, Thus in reality Colors are changing their `looks` during the day , and with it their impact on the looker. Some colors might look warm in morning light and Cold in evening lights.
It's this complex nature of color that has kept hubby and I from repainting- well that and laziness. I struggle a lot with trying to envision colors that I just love to look at (purple, pumpkin orange, autumnal leaves) and how I would use them in the house. Interior designers talk about having colors "flow" from one room to the next. I have trouble understanding how to do that, especially considering I love strong colors that don't necessarily belong to the same color family.