Maybe we don't observe this, but interior design is influencing our subconscious, so the choices that you make when deciding how your home will look have an effect on your emotions, thoughts, feelings, behaviors and perceptions.
A quality design is one that fits the owners needs. There are three basic design techniques – color, shapes and texture
Color is a very strong element that has an major impact on your mood. Cooler colors (blues, greens, purples) often provide an inviting, professional and relaxed feeling. In contrast, it can be used to give a very cold and unfriendly feeling as well. Warmer colors (yellows, oranges, reds) are soothing, warm, and give a sense of creativity but can also give off negative feelings such as anger and stress. That's why we should not exaggerate with the use of bold colors and remember: three color picks are better than one (proportion: 60%-30%-10%).
Understanding and implementation of interior design psychology has the ability to impact and improve the performance, efficiency and wellbeing of the individual inhabitant.