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The Color Scheme Bible: Inspirational Palettes for Designing Home Interiorsby Anna Starmer
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A practical guide to using color successfully.
The power of color is its ability to influence mood, create atmosphere, and enhance perception. As a result, one of the most effective ways to transform any room is by changing its color. Which colors to use is the challenge.
The Color Scheme Bible is a practical, yet inspiring reference for those who want to take advantage of different colors without clashing. It contains 150 color scheme ideas for home decorators and interior designers.
The book explains how to choose colors that will complement each other for a subdued effect, and which colors and combinations will energize the room.
Topics covered include: How color creates ambiance and atmosphere Using color to give a small room the illusion of space and depth How to create the feeling of warmth and light with color Distinctive color schemes inspired by nature, art, travel and even a favorite possession.
The book also includes a variety of color combination palettes that can be used with different materials for refreshingly original color schemes.
The Color Scheme Bible is an essential handbook for home decorators and interior designers.
Book News Annotation:
This handbook catalogs the many ways color can be used in a home to create ambience or to give the illusion of space, depth, warmth and light. The text is divided into major color groups and presents 200 color scheme ideas. Each section explores a range of hues, from primary colors to pastels and each color scheme includes a main color, with two alternatives, along with two accent colors.
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With 150 color scheme ideas for home decorators and interior designers, "The Color Scheme Bible" is a practical, yet inspiring reference for those who want to take advantage of different colors without clashing.
Over 200 color scheme ideas for home decorators and interior designers.
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