I am excited to share my article on color, what colors mean, and how you can use them in your interiors. Our home is our oasis — our serene and peaceful dwelling. As such, you need to fill your home interior with colors that reflect your personality and heart.
Le Corbusier, the influential French architect said it best, “The home should be the treasure chest of living.”
The energies of color have amazing influence on our lives. Color is a language all its own, a wordless vocabulary that communicates through feelings. Simply put, color affects our moods, perceptions and behaviors.
Using color requires a thoughtful strategy. When color is used successfully, the result is pure magic. (continue reading Color Your World online here.)
Your home communicates volumes about your values and family culture. Make sure you are using the right colors in the right way to express your highest and most beautiful truths.
Click here to read my Guide to Colors online: red, orange, yellow, green, pink, turquoise, blue, purple, and white.
I also have a more extensive Guide to Color in my book, The Art of Gluten-Free Living. Section 3, The Art of Living Well, is all about color!
The Art of Living Well
Learn how the body and mind relate to the built environment and how interior design and color science can significantly impact our sense of well-being.
Learn how the body’s energy centers amazingly correspond to the energy centers of our home. Includes interior design advice, resources for worldwide GF travel, Patricia’s favorite skin care and cosmetics brands and where to shop for household products.
The book is available here:
I hope this serves you!
Source: Excerpted and adapted from Color Your World by Patricia Wilson for IN Magazine. Visit http://www.inmagtexas.com and http://www.patriciacwilson.com. Photos by Patricia Wilson. Author portrait by Greg Kaspar.