Quilt pattern One-Piece this pattern is interesting and very beautiful was created by designer Mary Pepper and we found this wonderful pattern here on the web allpeoplequilt.com which I like very often some projects, but this one caught my attention.
Quilt pattern One-Piece by Mary Pepper
Quilt pattern One-Piece has the most different colors I have ever seen. Particularly I had never seen patterns on fabrics in this way, alias in these colors and what caught my attention the most was the color combinations.
For about 30 minutes I stopped to look closely at this pattern and realized then that there was something very different, something that only the sum made sense. Look closely at the green and brown, what exactly do you see in the image of this comforter?
First I could notice that the patterns are plants, branches, twigs and leaves, agree? Second, the colors. The green color represents well what we said about the patterns being plants, branches, twigs, and leaves. The brown color represents the earth on which our patterns are “planted”.
Isn’t it nice and interesting when we see our patterns this way? I believe that the designer Mary Pepper must really like plants, the green of nature, and by the way she made the pattern, in this case the geometry, in her house there must be many plants and she must like to take care of her garden or the plants.
Now there are other meanings for the colors of this wonderful One-Piece Quilt pattern. Let’s see below what these colors can mean in our decoration or in our home. It will be a short trip, so let’s go!
Green is the color that represents nature. It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. Green has strong emotional correspondence with safety. Dark green is also commonly associated with money.
Green has great healing power. It is the most restful color for the human eye; it can improve vision. Green suggests stability and endurance. Sometimes green denotes lack of experience; for example, a ‘novice’ is a beginner. In heraldry, green indicates growth and hope.
Green promotes a love of nature, and a love of family, friends, pets, and home. It is the color of the garden lover, the home lover, and the good host.
This is the color of balance and harmony. From a color psychology perspective, it is the great equalizer of emotions, creating a balance between the head and the heart.
Green is the color of prosperity and abundance, of finances and material wealth. It relates to the world of business, movable and immovable goods.
Meaning of the color brown
Brown is associated with nature, comfort and simplicity. It is also the color that connects us to what comes from the earth, bringing stability and confidence. However, brown can also indicate conservatism, old and outdated things, resulting in a color full of moralism. In Feng Shui, an ancient Chinese technique for harmonizing environments, brown is also the color of prosperity and material stability.
Physical and psychological effects of the color brown Because of all these characteristics, brown is the color that provokes the most effects of sobriety, maturity, responsibility, and security.
However, the color is also a great ally when the intention is to promote comfort and a cozy and rustic atmosphere linked to nature. Perhaps this is the main reason why the color is so often used in rustic projects. It is also worth remembering that brown is the color of wood, the main material for this type of decoration.
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