Published on: Dec 17, 2014
Colors can give a room life or just take it off. In our daily life we don’t notice that but they can really change the mood of people.They influence people’s attitudes towards their surroundings as well as having an overwhelming effect on a person’s comfort level in a particular situation.
In public spaces, thinking about color is more then essencial. In a restaurant, when deciding for a color scheme, think about the mood you want to create and the food you’re about to serve.
Different colors mean different moods.Warm colors such as yellow, red and orange are very stimulating colors and tend to raise appetite. They promote a positive attitude and outlook on surroundings.
If want an elegant ambience, the neutral colors, like grey, black, brown, and white, are the ones to be used.
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Other more subtle colors, like pastels, green, or blue, are considered cool colors and are known to promote a more reassuring and inspiring mood. But, at the same time, blue can be an appetite suppressant, which is probably not what the chef is looking for! This makes blue an unusual color for restaurants, as you will notice.
If you are just into the gourmet and delicacy cuisine, purples and golds are the colors of royalty and luxury, the ideal choice for you.
Colors will reflect and determine the overall experience people expect at the restaurant, how they fit with the unique characteristics of the restaurant is a very important factor in interior design.