Colour Conscience is built around the philosophy of how personal change can contribute to a greater good. In a world where we are becoming increasingly aware of our global impact, this palette explores the ideas of thinking not only about ourselves, but also the wider community. On numerous levels we are searching for ways we can be more meaningful and have a positive impact on the environment that surrounds us, both physically and emotionally.
The ultimate palette for creating an easy breezy space, where people can come together, communicate and spend time free from technology and the chaos of everyday living. The colours are light, airy and breezy in peach and pink skin tones, with a real focus on pastels being a starting point for introducing more colour into the home using minty greens, fresh lemon and duck egg blue.
It’s no surprise that we love open plan spaces so much, they encourage collaboration and conversation, remove the feeling of closedness and have been said to foster inspiring ideas and innovations in workplaces.
This palette offers creative ideas around using colour, texture and mixed materials in a way that not only looks great but also showcases how beautiful, smart design can incorporate a more sustainable and responsible contribution to the environment around us. The colours are monochromatic: the introduction of wood tones and dark greys, deep browns and mid-tone neutrals build the perfect backdrop for a new and inspired kitchen space.
As we become more aware of our impact on the environment, it is clear that the design industry has made a conscious switch towards creating spaces that are beautiful, functional and also sustainable.
Encouraging calm and a slowing of the senses, these darker, intense tones and complex colour combinations absorb the light for a quieter feel, while injecting warmth and softness into interior spaces. Deep teal greens and lighter powdered greens mixed with nude tones and deeper reds give the sense of night-time mystery, as well as adding the perfect introduction of romance and luxe.
There is no doubt that colour can have a powerful affect over our mood, making choosing interior colours for a home a much more considered decision than simply picking what looks aesthetically best.
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