Styles - Ethnic identity.

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  • Ethnic style.

    For ethnic-style interior paint mean a lot more than the others. Muslims refer to the colors very differently than Christians. For them, each color has a hidden and not everyone understood the meaning. For example, white - it's paradise, red - blood and fire. Green - the color of Islam.

    Styles - Ethnic identity

    Paint any country in North Africa - is shades of the desert, spices and precious stones. The main color palette in shades of ocher and are terracotta and saffron, cinnamon and rust. With these colors perfectly match turquoise, emerald and sapphire, usually in the form of mosaics on the walls, piers and even countertops.

    The Moroccan style is much sophisticated than the Indian, and uses fewer colors, using them mostly on the background of bright white walls and brown flooring.

    The color scheme of Indian style - the most violent and contrast of all known. The Indians rarely use pure white color and there are no neutrals. But it is very fond of contrasting colors to push each other and very successful in this art.

    Styles - Ethnic identity

    At the heart of India's world of color are the bright colors of several different color schemes, for example red and cobalt blue, gold and cinnabar, amethyst and peacock. To characterize the color palette of India, it is enough to imagine the Indian market, crowded with women in bright, colorful saris.

    The beauty of this decoration is that the designer is free to choose any artist, even startling contrasts, such as tikka, saffron and vermilion to create your own, unique interior. Lesson is not simple and requires a lot of practice.

    But there is one secret to succeed in the Indian decorative arts, it is necessary to use only three shades of all the incredible range of Indian style, mixing them with gold and silver.


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