Some hoteliers say real reform of hotel design starts with boutique hotels. To emphasize style of decoration, designer took exquisite combination of colors to extreme.
What is a good hotel color scheme? Combined with examples, it becomes clear at a glance~
1. Color Contrast
In addition to choice of materials and patterns, color contrast is often used when choosing a boutique hotel. There are two general ideas: first is warm tones, and the second is cold tones.
The transformation of different tones will bring guests a different experience of stay.
2. Space and Color
The different colors in space actually emphasize relationship of display. A large space can have more colors, and vice versa.
The same color system follows rule of light above and depth below, keeping visual center of gravity lower. Avoid overwork.
Different color systems should be small and precise, and precise is accurate, fixed at one point, on no more than one surface.
3. Color Orientation
Colors from different directions under influence of natural light are different, and feeling of heat and cold is different. Colors with textures and patterns will visually bring space together. Form a clear three-dimensional feeling.
Combination of solid colors, higher brightness of color, closer visual space.
4. Color Function
Color is information that sends a signal to brain through eyes.
An indoor seating area usually has one theme color, and a discreet cool tone can be used.
This can also be an unfussy warm tone, and gray scale should be adjusted accordingly.
Less outdoor color rules. In order to adapt to lighting changes, color system and brightness are correspondingly higher.
5. Area and Color
The choice of colors by boutique hotels shows clear regional differences.
In tropical areas, tones are warmer and colors are more vibrant.
In colder regions, tones are colder and colors are more concise.