THE UNIVERSITY OF ARCHITECTURE OF HCM CITY

ENGLISH IN INTERIOR DESIGN

THE ORAL PRESENTATION

GROUP 1

COLOR
IN

INTERIOR DESIGN

A. B. C. D. E.

Introduction The definition of color Room Colors Colors and Feng Shui Conclusion

A. Introduction
• Color af fects human beings ever y day of their lives, even during their ver y ear liest childhood. • Room color can influence our mood and our thoughts..

B. The definition of color
• Color plays a vitally important role in the world in which we live. Color can affect thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate or soothe your eyes, raise your blood pressure or suppress your appetite

C . Room Colors
Understand that colors behave in three basic ways : active, passive, and neutral

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YELLOW RED BLUE ORANGE PURPLE GREEN PINK BROWN BLACK GREY WHITE

Psychology

of RED

Raises a room’s energy level

Raise blood pressure speed respiration heart rate

lose track of time & stimulates appetite

IN ROOM

Living room

Dining room

Bed room

Psychology of YELLOW

Cause more eye fatigue than others.

Increases metabolism upsets babies

Create feeling of frustration and anger.

IN ROOM

kitchens, dining rooms, bathrooms

halls, entries, small spaces

office

Feel Energizing uplifting.

feel expansive welcoming

stimulate your creativity

Psychology of GREEN

refresh quality Feel cheerful

Feel calm, relax, release stress

Safe, friendly, peaceful

IN ROOM

Kitchen room

Living room

Bed room

cools things down

encourages unwinding, promote comfort & togetherness

relaxing and pleasant.

• Combine green with yellow

brings down blood pressure slows respiration heart rate.

Psychology of BLUE

calm, relaxed, serene

feel
more

spiritual and centered

kids´ rooms

improve productiviy, studying

IN ROOM

Bathrooms, laundry areas

feel clean.

Living room

encourage relaxation

vital, warm, welcoming
Psychology of ORANGE

appetite
improve

exciting energetic enthusiastic

IN ROOM

Dining rooms, Kitchens, Breakfast nooks

Family rooms, living rooms

feel stimulate appetite
comfortable,

make a warm, friendly atmosphere

PSYCHOLOGY OF PURPLE

comforting, restful, sophisticated

connotes mystery or spirituality

Luxurious, creative.

IN ROOM

Bedrooms bring the restful quality

kitchens

bathrooms bedrooms have relaxing and soothing effect.

PINK reduce angry behavior at least temporarily

young child´s room

Avoid using hot pinks in small spaces

IN ROOM
hallways

Psychology of BROWN

sec cre urit rea dibil y, ssu ity, ran ce

Soothing comfortable

IN ROOM

fa m ily -u r oo se a lo m t

appropriate for almost any room

impression of cleanliness and good hygiene

refreshing and cool in hot environments

Psychology of WHITE

bathroom and kitchen feel clean

Ceilings makes spaces appear larger

IN ROOM
teamed with blue a forever popular tone teamed with black looks stunning

PSYCHOLOGY OF BLACK

timeless, classy, and sophisticated

Authoritive, Demanding, Powerful

IN ROOM

make rooms seem much smaller than they are

Used in small doses as an accent.

every room needs a touch of black to ground the color scheme and give it depth

Tends to enhance creativity Psychology of GREY drop in energy, and a depressive feeling

offices and studios

IN ROOM
buttoned down and traditional, modern and contemporary, or beach house friendly

D . Colors and FENG SHUI
A basic principle of Feng Shui is incorporating the five elements into a space so they work together to bring harmony to that space.

associated with mental acuity, focus and clarity should be a light touch in your décor

METAL
White grey

much metal can be disruptive and bring disharmony to your space represented in such items as picture frames, lamp bases, or chandeliers

influences health and vitality, as well as creativity and intuition

WOOD
Green, brown

Using the Feng Shui colors of wood in the south part of your home, office or room is the best place

associated with beginning of new life

your spirituality and emotions

WATER
blue

associated with wisdom and contemplation. If an aquarium is not your style, a simple bowl of water with stones and flower petals will satisfy this element.

passion, and is associated with energy, and with love

FIRE
red, orange, purple,pink

red walls in your bedroom will create too much current, leaving you jittery and hyper

bright yellow.
Incorporate it into your bed linens

a centering element

Light yellow, beige

EARTH

promotes balance, strength, and stability

promote vitality within the family as well as good health

E . CONCLUSION

Color affects human beings in many ways, on both the conscious and subconscious levels, every day of our lives, and a thorough understanding of the effects of color is very important when making interior design decisions for the home

MEMBERS
• • • • • • • • Nguyễn Vân Anh Trần Thị Trúc Linh Đỗ Ngọc Phương Nhi Phạm Lý Yến Nhi Trần Vĩnh Phát Nguyễn Ngọc Anh Thư Lý Thị Thanh Trang Nguyễn Hoàng Thanh Vy

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Thuyết trình : Yến Nhi – Thanh Vy Powerpoint : Trúc Linh – Vĩnh Phát Tìm tài liệu : Vân Anh – Thanh Trang Tìm hình ảnh : Phương Nhi – Anh Thư