Color plays an important role in our lives, whether we talk about clothing, gastronomy, architecture or interior design.
Therefore, colors can change our perception we have on sizes of different objects or spaces, and more importantly, they can induce a certain state of optimism and cheerfulness. Or, on the contrary...
Even more so, the importance of colors has been known since antiquity, when different medical conditions were treated using chromotherapy.
Many people are reserved when it comes to decorating their house and they prefer to go for tone maps that are as common as possible.
That's not the case for interior designer Kristy Kropat, who encourages us to dare to use vibrant colors in our houses and lives. As she likes to put it, we should focus on what we like and think less of what others would like to see.
After all, home is a reflection of our personality; it is a space in which we spend a part of our time and we should feel wonderful. The expression "to feel at home" is there for a reason!
And where else can the decorators put their own ideas into practice if not in their own home? Therefore, we thought of presenting you some images with Kristy's home. We hope they will inspire you and stimulate you to experiment with your chromatic preferences in your own homes.
The theme of the faded mosaic covering the chimney wall is also found in the kitchen in the case of the ceramic tiles, but changing blue with orange, resulting an unitary aspect of the living space.
The richness of colors is found throughout the home, even in the children's room, stimulating their creativity and tricksiness.
In the master bedroom we find the same vivid colors and generous depositing spaces under the bed.
Here is a clever way of concealing the tiny desk arranged in the living room.
Photo: Mark Lohman