WARM Colors

A warm feeling is associated with fire and the sun. Warm colors are all those that go from red to yellow, going through oranges, browns and golds. The warm colors are more striking and dynamic. It is often said that the more red a color has in its composition, the warmer it is.

They are the colors of passion, of sunset, of autumn. This type of tones, in addition to the thermal sensation, transmit closeness, warmth, comfort and activity.

Warm colors are used to reflect concepts such as:

– enthusiasm

– passion

– joy

– Energy

– stimulate the viewer

Colors have established connotations, with a meaning. For example: red is blood, yellow is the sun. Other associations are based on tradition and culture, red on communism, socialism, the red cross. The taps distinguish temperature differences by color, red indicates hot water and cold water blue.

Cold colors

A cold sensation is achieved with the presence of tones associated with water or the sky. Cold colors are all colors that go from blue to green to purple. The more blue a color has, the colder it will be. The cold colors are the tones of winter, of night, they move us to landscapes, seas and lakes, to nature. The psychological effects that it creates are calm, tranquility, relaxation, peace, solitude and mystery.

Cold colors are used to reflect concepts such as:

– passivity

– serenity

– distance

– feeling of cold

– professionalism

The blue in many cultures is associated with the divine and the eternal (sky and sea). It is related to sports, life in the open air, cleanliness, freshness. fantasy and utopian ideas, hence the blue princes. Green is related to technologies dedicated to clean and green energy.

Colors influence the impression that a space produces us, the cold tones recede. If you look at a landscape with mountains, the more bluish the farther they are. With cold tones you can create depth.