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Interior Design Final Test
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rest, relaxation, calm, quiet
strength, stability, height
energy, movement, excitement
softer than straight lines, calm fluid movement
can feel lighter or heavier based on color or texture -- large, heavy objects equal stability, solidness
large open rooms provide a feeling of freedom and luxury OR are lonely and uncomfortable
small rooms provide a feeling of snugness and security OR a feeling of stuffiness or a confined feeling
provide a feeling of ruggedness and stability in a room
provide a feeling of comfort and luxury in a room
provides a cooling effect to a room
greens/blues: calming, soothing, relaxing, tranquil
reds/oranges/yellows: excitement, energy, welcoming, friendly
Five elements of Interior Design
Space, Line, Form, Texture, Color
The most basic design element.
Line delineates space, outlines form, and conveys a sense of movement or direction.
is the shape and structure of solid objects and may be two-dimensional or three-dimensional.
a design in which every item fits well with the others.
the appearance or feel of the surface of an object.
Most important element. People can express their individuality with color.
A substance that absorbs some light rays and reflects others, affecting the color of an object.
The feature of color that makes one color different from others.
The brightness or dullness of a color.
The color opposite another color on the color wheel.
The basic colors - yellow, red, and blue - that cannot be created by mixing other colors.
The colors orange, violet, and green - which are made by mixing equal parts of two primary colors.
Colors such as yellow-orange and red-violet that are created by combining a primary color with a neighboring secondary color.
The lightness or darkness of a color.
A hue that is lighter or than its normal value, created by adding white to a hue.
A hue that is darker that its normal value; created by adding black to a hue.
A combination of colors selected for a room design in order to create a mood or set a tone.
A color scheme that uses tints or shades of one color on the color wheel.
A color scheme that uses any three hues that are an equal distance apart on the color wheel.
A color scheme using colors that are next to each other on the color wheel.
A color scheme that uses two colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel.
Split - complementary
A color scheme that combines one color with the two colors on each side of its compliment on the color wheel.
A neutral color scheme that includes a small amount of bright colors.
What three colors do not have a hue?
Black, white & gray.
color that is a tint of red
color that is a tint of orange
color that is a tint of violet
color that is a shade of blue
color that is a shade of orange
color that is a shade of red
black, white & gray or brown & beige
Colors relate in a way that is pleasing and satisfying when you look at them together.
one color that a designer uses throughout a home, even if in small amounts
Split - complementary
The size relationships that can be found within an object or design.
The division of a line at a point between one-half an one-third of its total length so that the ratio of the larger segment to the smaller segment equals the ratio of the whole line to the larger segment.
A rectangle in which the ratio of the sides is based on the ratio of the golden section.
The way the size of an object or a space relates to human beings and to other objects or spaces in a design.
A design effect in which the arrangement of forms on one side of an imaginary central line is the mirror image of the arrangement of forms on the opposite side.
A design effect in which elements on either side of an imaginary central line are unmatched but appear to be in balance.
The design principle that suggests connected movement between different parts of a design by using colors, lines, forms, or textures.
A type of rhythm in design achieved when different elements are repeated.
A type of rhythm that occurs when lines radiate, or move outward, from a central point.
A type of rhythm in design achieved by a gradual increase or decease of color, size, or pattern.
A design effect in which lines come together to form right angles.
A design effect in which lines change direction by flowing in a curve, or when curved lines lead the eye from one object to another.
In design, the center of interest or focal point that first catches the viewer's attention.
A principle of design that occurs when all the parts of a design are related by one idea.
different styles and materials are combined -- can cause confusion if carried too far.
A style of decorating that involves mixing furnishings of different styles and possibly from different periods.
Unity and Variety need to be combined to create an overall _________________________ effect.
Scale is the same as proportion.
This is an important factor to consider in architectural design, selecting furniture, and when selecting accessories.
The design principle that provides a feeling of equality.
Using children's size furniture in a preschool classroom is an example of what design principle?
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