We create an interior for the color of personality: an unusual study and comments by a psychologist

Want to unerringly choose the style of the interior,Which is right for you? To do this, it is enough to know to which psychological type you belong - red, orange, yellow or green. The doctor of sciences and experienced intuitive physician Carol Ritberger conducted a painstaking work, during which she found out that there are four basic colors of a person that show How people behave in this or that situation, how they solve problems and how they communicate with other people. The color of the personality directly influences the interior, in which people prefer to live and work, to feel as comfortable as possible. Danila Gulyaev, psychologist-consultant, narrative therapist: - To understand what kind of home interior you need, taking yourself to a certain psychological type - an enticing idea. Probably, if you got acquainted with some typology, and you had a clear recognition - "oh, it's about me!", Then this may well be a guide for understanding what kind of interior you need. But there are two big questions. First, is it possible to reduce the diversity of one's personality to some type? Secondly, is the choice of the interior necessarily conditioned by the "psychological type"? There are studies that we tend to exaggerate the influence of stable personality traits on our choice. In addition to features and types, there are other landmarks that can help in planning your home. In particular, each of us has an idea of ​​himself - the image of himself, the idea at his own expense. Sometimes this is called an "I-concept," sometimes an "image of myself." To our lives these representations often exert a greater influence than "objective" features. As we imagine ourselves, we feel ourselves that way, so we behave ourselves. For example, people who consider themselves confident, often behave confidently.

1. Red persons

This category of people can be described as follows: "If I want something, I will definitely achieve it." Reds are full of surprises, it's hard to guess what's on their mind and what they expect from you. They divide the world into black and white. For them, the gaps are insignificant, there is only the start and end points. Nevertheless, such individuals at work are ready to give 100 percent, differ in determination and assertiveness. They are good leaders, but they must control everything everywhere. They are most suitable for luxurious classical interiors, art deco, minimalism or contemporary. They prefer everything expensive and high-quality, the price for them recedes into the background. The house should be extravagant, strict and refined, to show the exclusivity of its taste. Preferred materials: leather, metal and exclusive tree species.

2. Orange people

Their motto is "let's live together." Orange personalities are excellent peacekeepers and teachers. Their meaning of life is concern for people. The inherent sense of community requires them to be constantly involved in social activities. Being kind, loyal, sympathetic friends, good listeners and socially responsible people, they everywhere tend to create an atmosphere of cooperation and harmony. They are characterized by a warm cozy interior in Scandinavian, Mediterranean or eco-style, as well as decoration in warm pastel colors. Use of natural stone and any kind of wood should create comfort not only for the orange, but also for their guests.

3. Yellow persons

"Do better than the rest" - this is the sloganIs inherent in this type of people. Strong leaders and deep thinkers, they are used to solve problems that others can not do. Focusing on personal experience and high competence in performing tasks, they like to demonstrate the difference between their work and the work of others. And it does not matter how difficult the task is - for yellow it is a challenge, which they will accept with pleasure. Bright ethnic or pop art interiors with unusual solutions are combined with these personalities as well as possible. It does not matter which materials are important so that it is harmonious.

4. Green personality

They prefer to think that "progress can not be stopped." Dreamers with a rich imagination, this type of personality continues to grow and flourish through the use of their creative abilities. They are unrivaled innovators in the creation of new products, applications and services. Relying on their intuition, sometimes ignoring the logic, green ones often win. These cheerful and emotional enthusiasts want to be a catalyst for change. Of course, their interior is a hi-tech and eclectic, where you can draw inspiration and energy. An integral part of the green house will be high-tech and environmentally friendly materials, as well as the latest developments in design and architecture. If you see a wind generator on the roof of a private house, you can accurately determine the color of the owner's personality. Danila Gulyaev, psychologist-consultant, narrativeTherapist: - Home interior is in a sense continuation of the "I-concept". It can reflect the idea of ​​which house I want to live in, how I see and feel myself. And also how I want to see myself and feel - the planning of the future house allows to create and develop the preferred image. It is even possible that an interior built for itself-the future, as it were "to grow up", can allow and internally come closer to what you want to be. After all, the surrounding space affects our feelings and behavior. This can be done in the form of a self-portrait in your future home - painted or verbal. You can try to describe in detail: what am I? What about me? What does it look like? How do I want to feel myself there? This does not mean that it is necessary to draw "air locks", something fantastic. The preferred image of yourself is not necessarily perfect. It can very well be realistic - it simply takes into account the changes that you want to bring to your life, to your home. The same applies to the image of the family, when it comes to the family hearth - after all, the family has an "image of us" and "we-concept" that can be brought into the arrangement of the future interior. For example, in the form of a collective family portrait in a common future home.,,