The optical unit works according to a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) principle to direct the emission. It comes to life when light passes through the material, but only a minimum
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Complementary colors are colors that are located opposite each other on the color wheel. When viewed together, complementary colors intensify each other, making for a lively and visually pleasing outcome.
A monochromatic color scheme combines light and dark tones of one color from the color wheel. A monochromatic palette produces a calm and soothing interior. It also acts as a good background for showcasing furniture or an art collection.
For a dramatic effect, use a contrasting scheme: choose two primary colors from the color wheel and pair them with black or white. Use red for an accent wall, or on side chairs or in a Persian carpet. Black accents anchor a room and lend sophistication. Use black furniture, drapery rods, frames or carpet borders.
Colors located beside each other on the color wheel are called adjacent. Adjacent palettes create a fresh and cohesive look without being too dramatic. When adding adjacent colors to an interior, the secondary colors tend to blend nicely without adding too much pop.
Author: Sklar Furnishings