Importance of Color in Design

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Which color is NOT considered a neutral?

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1. The effect of colors in interior spaces depend on the _____ of the accent color.

2. Which of the following colors is considered agitating?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet were created to help you realize what you know about choosing and using color in designs. You'll review neutral colors, the effects colors can have and how to start a color scheme for a room.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The purpose of this quiz and worksheet is to review your ability to:

  • Name the neutral colors
  • Relate the colors to how they influence feelings
  • Start a color scheme for a room

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember what neutral colors are
  • Making connections - use your understanding of colors and the human feelings they may cause
  • Knowledge application -revisit what you know about starting a color scheme to answer a question about the kind of color to start with

Additional Learning

Get a more in-depth review of this topic in the lesson, Importance of Color in Design. This lesson goes into more detail about:

  • Versatile colors
  • Details about each color and how it works in a room
  • Psychology of the colors
  • Choosing the first color
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