This book is for decorators. inspired amateurs, working painters and artisans who seek to enhance their knowledge of color as it is used over large areas like walls and ceilings. Discover a different approach to color than that written for artists. Although the rules of color stay the same, the lighting and scale of interior design needs creative methods. Learn how to make your own colors, match existing colors and fix them if they are wrong. Begin by learning how to see colors and how to understand why they act the way they do. Delve into advanced topics like pigment qualities, options and choices to the way pigments react with each other and why. This is the first time in eighty years that practical color theory has been addressed for architecture. Many of the materials used for interior design like paint, plasters, glazes and stains are explained in detail. Develop an understanding of advanced color topics like constructing complex and full-spectrum colors, working with metallic and mica paints, and using color in interior design.If it is dull, try it with a blue (g) or green(y). If the color is a bright green or green/ yellow, then you know the pigment is yellow with a green bias. Black is an ... Figure 4.16 In interior decorating, most times when a color is deemed. the keys to anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Keys to Color|
|Author||:||Dean Sickler, Sickler E. Dean|
|Publisher||:||The Keys to Color - 2010-06-17|