Getting informed, studying all the elements, before starting an interior design project, is more and more a practice adopted not only by designers, but also by private individuals who, rightly, want to make conscious choices, where head and heart find the union between functionality and aesthetics.
The strategic tool that can put ideas in order is the moodboard, at the base of the furnishing project and very important for representative purposes.
Colours, shapes and textures are mixed together to create personalised palettes that in turn will help to make the project a reality.
To help professionals and individuals in making the right choice, Skema has created the 7 SKEMAcode, 7 colourways, 7 environmental emotions, to help in the composition of their moodborad and express through materials and colours the taste and emotions of the people who use them.
These are the 7 names combined with 7 chromatic spectra that want to evoke atmospheres, stimulate creativity and suggest combinations, perhaps unpublished:
where the lightest shades are collected, whites, which can evoke fresh and light atmospheres, or modern and bright. The starting point from which to begin a future-oriented journey.
The softness of the SKEMAcode that collects the tones between grey and beige, welcomes the eye and warms the atmosphere. A reference to classic moods, which by definition never fades away, but also a hint of more exotic settings, where the key word is: warmth.
Matter takes word and captivates all the senses. In this collection you can find all the solutions closest to nature in its purity. The vibrant and authentic energy of country style meets the most natural SKEMAcode.
The light grey palette is a faithful friend of furniture projects, because it is never wrong with grey. A base that unleashes all creativity in matching tones on tones or playing with the chromatic contrasts of the furnishing.
The use of black in interior design projects is increasingly frequent. An absolute colour that when used with skill knows how to enhance shapes and spaces. The black palette undoubtedly refers to elegant environments with modern accents, where the play of contrasts often dominates.
The intensity and modernity of darker greys, shades that highlight architectural lines and structures. A strong palette, often used in the Industrial style, where materials such as metal and wood are combined in essential furnishings.
The warm colours of the earth are concentrated in the moodboard of dark browns. Intense shades to range between elegant environments and modern concepts, while always maintaining the warm and energetic spirit that brown nuances can transmit.
The 7 Skemacode are not just theory, but a practical tool that will support the advanced Skema display system: SKEMAtheca.
The new exhibition system is one of the great innovations of the new SKEMAidea reality, which will be officially presented at the Superfaces event in Rimini.
SKEMAtheca is an exhibition system where physical matter and digitisation are combined through a smart connection process, a way of displaying and publicising Skema solutions that places the customer at the centre, involving them in an interactive, conscious and participatory shopping experience, combining both the most rational elements that lead to the purchase decision and the most emotional ones.