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THE COZY HOUSE
If you live in a climate that's hot most of the year, you might prefer a decorating scheme that's dominated by cool colors. Likewise, if you want to feel warmer in your home or specific space, warm colors can help. The effect that color has on visible light may be even more important than temperature. However, perceived brightness has more to do with the lightness of color than whether it's warm or cool. Lighter colors reflect more light than darker and deeper colors. If you want a brighten a space that's short on the sun or artificial light, choose light-reflecting colors. To tone down a room that gets a lot of light, or to add contrast to the brightness, select dark colors, whether warm or cool.
THE WARM HOUSE
Warm colors are associated with heightened emotions and passion as well as joy and playfulness. Think of the vibrancy of a bright orange or the intensity of a deep, rich red. Warm colors can be stimulating, making them a good choice for rooms that see a lot of activity
The closer the cold, the more we want to talk about comfortable cozy interiors, as for example in this beautiful wooden house. For some reason it always imagined a welcome winter home for experiencing cold weather.