Painting not only has protective and decorative functions. It can also be used to create very specific spatial effects if it is perfectly crafted. Painting, for example, can illuminate living spaces differently in interaction with different light sources. Comfortable corners can be created for relaxation or bright islands of light for productive work. With multi-colored paintwork - to match the rest of the ambience - you can convey your very own personal message, which contributes to well-being and really gives you the feeling of being at home.
Colors have their very own effect. They can stimulate, calm, make productive, and even aggressive. Red appears dynamic and powerful, green harmonious and balanced, blue rather cool and distant. Many professional color designers swear by multicolored designed rooms, whereby two thirds of the surfaces should develop a calming character with neutral colors. A third, on the other hand, can serve as a stimulus with pastel or colored pencil-like tones.