In the world of interior design, harmonics is a valuable guide for colour selection, both in clothing and furniture. But what does this complex word really mean? Armochromy is the science that studies colours in relation to people, identifying those that best suit their complexion, eyes and hair. It is a kind of personal 'colour guide' that helps to enhance individual appearance.


When we talk about applying colour harmony within our home, we are not just talking about aesthetics, but about well-being and visual harmony. The home is a reflection of our personality, and the colours we choose to surround us have a direct impact on our mood and state of mind.


Armocromia, Giotto wall clock


The correct application of colour in furniture can radically transform a room, creating a feeling of balance and comfort. For example, for the sleeping area we can opt for relaxing and enveloping tones, such as blue or green, which promote rest and tranquillity. While for the kitchen, a space that requires energy and creativity, we can play with brighter shades such as yellow or red.


But how can we reintroduce these colour schemes inside our home? This is where the role of furnishing accessories comes into play. Every detail, from the carpet to the curtains, can contribute to creating that colour harmony we are looking for. In particular, I would like to emphasise the importance of the elegant wall clock as a key element to complete the décor.


A wall clock is not just a simple accessory, but can become the focal point of a room, adding style and personality. This is why choosing the right shade and positioning is so crucial.


Armour, grey and fuchsia


CalleaDesign offers a wide selection of handcrafted wall clocks in a range of colours from classic RAL to modern NCS. This customisation possibility allows the clock to be perfectly integrated into its surroundings, respecting the principles of armouring.


But how do we go about choosing the colours of the furnishing accessory in relation to the room in which it will be placed? The answer depends mainly on the style and the feeling we want to convey.



If we want to create a harmonious and relaxing ambience, we can opt for matching colours, i.e. shades similar to those already present in the room. For example, if the walls are painted in a delicate shade of grey, we can choose a clock with a similar finish to create a uniform, calm effect.


On the other hand, if we want to add a touch of liveliness and contrast, we can opt for complementary colours. In this case, we can choose a colour that stands out from the other elements in the room, thus adding an element of surprise and dynamism.


In conclusion, harmonics is not only a theory to be applied to the world of clothing, but also an important guide to creating harmony and well-being within our home. And with the help of furnishing accessories such as CalleaDesign's elegant wall clocks, we can transform any room into a cosy and stylish environment, always respecting the principles of colour science.

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