Design Psychology

We'll look at the most fundamental parts of Design Psychology in this post, starting with a question and then discussing the major principles in simplified form.

"I wish I had known all of this when my husband and I bought our first home 25 years ago, and before we had children. Our homes, as well as our lives together, would be more harmonious. It's fascinating to discover how colors, lighting, noises, and patterns have such a profound effect on us."

-Palm Desert, California resident Angela Pederson

What are the foundational principles of Design Psychology ?

  • Our psychological responses to light and lighting

  • Psychology and color

  • Reactions and patterns

  • The perception of touch and textures

  • Human response and scale

  • Styles, themes, and desired outcomes

  • The significance of ethnic traditions and heritage

  • Human comfort furniture and arrangement

  • Sounds and reverberations

  • Scents and feelings

  • Emotional undercurrents and embellishments

How can Design Psychology help me?

It can assist you in the following ways :

  • Choose from a plethora of home furnishing options.
  • Make sure you decorate your home correctly the first time.
  • Save time, effort, and money by using this method.
  • Determine which colors, patterns, furnishings, and accessories promote positive emotions.
  • Learn about lighting and color psychology, as well as the emotional effects of the design features in your house.

Discover how Mother Nature may inspire you to decorate your home in a way that meets your emotional needs.


What Design Psychology concepts could I employ to best create an atmosphere that is conducive to my emotions?

The most important design aspect for happiness is lighting.

Using Color Psychology without fear can help you live a happier life.

In order to maintain harmony, happy warm hues require a cooling balance.

When utilized as a background, color must be pleasing to the eye.

When establishing your overall design plan, you should consider all of your senses.

That's Design Psychology boiled down to its essence. The ideas are distinctive and strong, and they may help you design a home that is ideal for happy living.