Colors for Your Every Mood: Discover Your True Decorating Colors

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Capital Books, 2000 - 176 pages
America's leading color expert shows how to choose the right color combinations for all your rooms based on Color Moods from your own personality, nature, and travel. Most decorating books start out telling readers how to achieve someone else's notion of how a room should look. This book is different. It helps you determine how you want yourself, your family, and your friends to feel when entering each room in your home. It combines psychology with a practical how-to and reveals which colors and color combinations will achieve the feeling and personal style you want to project in each room.
 

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Avis d'utilisateur  - kristenn - LibraryThing

Much more in-depth about the psychology of color than I was expecting. (Descriptions in library catalogs are not traditionally as extensive as those on Amazon etc.) Most of that was nevertheless very ... Consulter l'avis complet

great book

Avis d'utilisateur  - cary3 - Overstock.com

Perfect for class. I am an Interior Design Student and I love colors. Even if you are not a student this book is very helpful you will learn color how to use color and the significance it is very interesting. You will be surprised how a color can affect your mood!!! Consulter l'avis complet

Table des matières

Contents
7
DON PAULSON
16
COLOR COMBINATIONS FOR PERSONAL COLOR MOODS
23
CHAPTER 4
38
Winter Frost
111
Romantic Pink Culture
116
Cultural Associations Artful
128
COLOR COMBINATIONS FOR TRAVEL COLOR MOODS
130
History Associations
135
New England Foliage 135 Hong Kong Courtyard
143
CHAPTER 14
145
CHAPTER 8
151
CHAPTER 9
160
Culture As a Neutral Taupe
175
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Leatrice Eiseman is founder and director of the Eiseman Center for Color Information and Training, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, and spokesperson for Pantone, Inc. - the source of the world's most used color specification system. For the last twenty-five years she has been consulted by manufacturers, businesses, and designers on how to make the best and most educated color choices for their new products, logos and identification symbols, interior and exterior designs. Ms. Eiseman travels 160 days a year speaking on color at consumer art shows, trade shows, design centers, schools, and conventions. Previous titles include "Alive with Color" (Acropolis Books, 1983) and "The Pantone Book of Color" (Harry Abrams, 1990).

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