„Colours are colourful“, says the colleague. “Colours are an expression of personality”, says the fashion designer. “Things do not have colour, they make themselves colourful”, says the art professor. Animals view colours differently than human beings. Human beings of different cultures have a different perception of colours. In Europa, white (for example for wedding dresses), represents innocence, in Buddhist cultures, it is a colour of grief and in Chinese, white stands for deceit. Despite white not being an actual colour, at least not in the narrow “colourful” sense. Summa summarum, colours can be described as some kind of illusion that is shared by all humans but is perceived differently. Differently, from culture to culture, from the past to the future or from one time to the other. On the other hand, colours are also a means of communication, just ask a chameleon or your favourite traffic light. No, better you ask our advisors, because they can definitely tell you what colours are and what exactly it is, they are doing.
With the right colour, or, strictly speaking, the right combination of colours, a piece of furniture becomes a true gem, a neutral room becomes the centre of attention and a waiting area becomes an area of comfort and well-being.
In close cooperation with our partners, suppliers and experts, we at Neudoerfler intently concern ourselves with colours, the effect of colours, new materials and trends. This means that we can give you state-of-the-art recommendations for your projects, starting from the design of the furniture, to the right fabric up to details such as edge colours and practical tips for maintenance.
The right combination of colours influences the mind, renders a room interesting, comfortable, lively and therefore supports you in all your tasks – consciously or subconsciously. Be surprise at what one little splash of colour can do!