Our brains prefer easily recognizable brands!
Color is an important element when creating brand identity for closet doors, room dividers, glass partitions and office fronts
Consumers feel that “color appropriateness” is more important than the color itself in most cases. For example, is red an appropriate color for YouTube? Are white frames “appropriate” for these frosted glass closet doors in a girls light lavender room?
Do you agree that color influences your buying decisions?
Wall slide glass door closes off the laundry area. Neutral wall colors bring in calmness, earth tones & a feeling of easiness. Dark brown divider strips make it a design focal point of the home. Investing in sliding glass doors that work well with the influence of color in your room adds greater ambiance and serenity to your space.
The psychological principle known as the isolation effect states that an item that “stands out like a sore thumb” is far more likely to be remembered than others that blend in. People are able to recall items better and for a longer period of time in text or an image when it deliberately sticks out from the rest.
Contrasting wood core & glass inserts make these closet doors scream out to be noticed. Brownish wood core depicts nature, down to earth, someone connecting with their surroundings.
Sleek frosted glass sliding doors make this storage enclosure clean, clutter-free and super easy to access everything inside. Smooth glide glass doors and silver frames are a great choice and virtually maintenance free. This would appeal to someone wanting a modern, simple, clean & organized look.
Does COLOR influence your “CLICK” decisions when looking for interior glass closet doors or room dividers?
Joshua Porter wrote about the BUTTON COLOR test & showed that RED beats GREEN.
Read article here.