We at Decoist love a good dose of color. Do you ever notice how a powerful color can change your mood? There are clear relationships between colors and emotions and today’s post is dedicated to this phenomenon (also known as color psychology).
For the plywood that frames our four walls to perfection that not even the bubble in the level can complain about well it’s due to poplar wood.
Let’s start with the basics. Blue evokes the color of the sea and the sky and darker shades such as navy can create a relaxing nautical vibe. Below we see an elegant bedroom decked out in shades of blue.
When not being groomed as bonsai Maple is manufactured into simple things like baseball bats or bowling pins but due to its stark and evident grain it is very comfortable as an interior concept.
From the pine tree with its strong Christmas roots to the imported Brazilian cherry the natural element of a wooden floor or china cabinet even something as simple as framed artwork in reclaimed lumber is always a great facet of our motif.
With the purpose of the competition being a blend of stunning architecture and cutting-edge design combined with the new-age tiles and building materials produced by Porcelanosa Group it is barely a surprise that the best completed and future projects submitted by all the finalists showcase this precise aspect of design and development.