In Part II of the Colour Psychology Series we look at how colours are linked in the brain and how we can apply this knowledge to help us choose colours for our home!
By understanding how colour is perceived in the brain, we learn about how to take light into consideration when making colour choices for our home.
A guide to help you make your own table using hand-painted tiles.
Introducing our first official shared workspace — Akuko Studio. Inspired by our logo and brand colours, the studio features art deco traits, colour blocking and was by far the most challenging DIY adventure we ever embarked on.
Using the example of how we designed our AKUKO studio, this article illustrates how to apply the principles introduced in the psychology lesson on proportion.
In this lesson, I show you how to apply the psychological principles of proportion to your space.
A simple guide to creating your own structural pinboard just like the one I have in my hallway.
By applying basic psychology principles, we are going to explain how perception works and how we can use this understanding to maximise the spaces that we occupy in our homes.
My love for round tables fully expressed in our little dining nook.
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