Nature, as inspiration

Nature combines colors in a harmonious way every season. This can be a great inspiration, and also fundamental in defining the colors of our home. We can combine exciting color pairs from the colors of each season. The colors of a season always match, which is due to the fact that each season has a typical basic color. However, in every season all colors are present, the difference is in the nature of the colors, which results from the difference in the light effects typical of each season.

There is an overview below of the colors for each season, illustrated by examples.


Spring is a real color cavalcade with colorful flowers, fresh foliage, flowering fruit trees, vibrant blue sky. The colors are soft and light. These colors lend a cheerful, lively atmosphere to the interior. Its basic color is yellow, and the use of warm colors is typical.


Summer is characterized by blurry colors. With the fading effect of the sun its brown beige and sandy shades are highlighted. Chocolate, milky coffee, turquoise and dark blue, sea green, lavender, deep green appear. These are supplemented with fresh fruit colors. The use of these colors results a cool atmosphere in the interior. Its base color is blue, and the cool colors prevail.


Autumn is the season of heavy colors. The colors of the earth, the fallen foliage and fruit colors dominate. These colors create a cozy atmosphere in our home. Its basic color is red and the warm colors are typical.


In winter the landscape changes, the colors disappear from nature. The sparkling white make the remaining colors vibrant, so this season is characterized by pure, strong hues and black and white contrast. This color scheme gives life to our home. Its base color is blue just like summer’s, and the cold color is dominant.

When composing the pictures, interiors with one season’s color was deliberately presented. During design, they can be combined, eg. the colors of summer and winter as the background colors of both seasons are blue and cool. With a bit experience these can be combined boldly. Additionally, the atmosphere of each room can be further enhanced by using the colors appropriate to each room, taking into account the psychological effect of the colors and the optimal color ratio.