Warm Color


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Warm Color

Colors related to red and yellow. Examples include pink and orange. Warm colors may be used in advertising and marketing to provoke feelings of vitality, sexuality and/or excitement.
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The main entry and waiting area use warm colors, natural materials--including wood framed windows at the reception desk--and create a comfortable, non-medical setting for a welcoming first impression.
Warm colors such as red or orange, while encouraging "increased alertness and outward orientation" can also make time seem to pass more slowly than cool colors, making it less than ideal for waiting rooms.
The Kinnelon store features freestanding wooden floor fixtures, specialty lighting and an overall deeply toned warm color palette found on walls, ceiling and flooring treatments.
The dull, warm color of homemade, water-based stain gives any wood the instant look of considerable aging.
Warm colors are associated with sun, fire, and autumn leaves: red, orange, yellow, brown, and tan.
Designed in collaboration with Carnegie Design Studio and interior designer Rysia Suchecka, these fabrics are available in a calming, warm color palette and large-scale motifs that impart a sense of openness.
There are a variety of cold and warm color choices.
He made this photograph during the "golden hour," when the low angle of the sun makes the pediment details stand out in bold relief, bathing them in rich, warm color.
Generally, it is axiomatic that a warm color environment will stimulate creative work, such as advertising and software or fashion design, to name just a few.
The cropped cinematic close-ups were wonderfully arresting in their restrained sensuousness, emphasized by the accent on the warm color of the skin of the hands, faces, and unclothed body parts and the controlled dominance of the bold red.
"We'll be installing full espresso bars, warm color schemes and leather seating," says marketing manager Kim Novak.
Its beautiful warm color is capable of an infinite variety of patinas, imparting an infinite shading of meaning and mood.