Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly



There’s so much more to colour than just aesthetic appeal. Aesthetics are important, but it’s also imperative to consider how the colour palette you choose for your kitchen or bathroom could affect your mood, your mental and physical state, the success of your chosen design style, and the overall ambience of your space.

The concept of a colour affecting one’s mood to the extent that it’s capable of changing behaviour might seem a little strange, but it is a common occurrence. Research has shown that warm colours can create an environment of stimulation, and can also increase one’s appetite,

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly

Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly2 min read
Affordable Bathroom Luxury
Operating since 1972, Cass Brothers is one of Sydney’s longest-serving bathroom companies and an authority on bathroom style, with exceptional customer service and technical bathroom product knowledge. Respected by architects, interior designers and
Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly1 min read
The Shape Of You
We love the colour contrast of the cooking zone. “An experimentation of light and symmetry, this kitchen plays with shape to create the perfect space for a growing family. Moved from a different part of the house, the new kitchen position allowed for
Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly2 min readFood & Wine
Simply Stunning
“This project was not about beautiful kitchen design in isolation. Rather, it was about beautiful kitchen design in the context of the view and the space. The project involved the rebuild and renovation of a 1960s duplex apartment building into a sin