Colour is the most potent and flexible element of interior design, and the course is enables participants to discover its properties, along with investigating its history and psychology of use. Participants will also learn how to introduce colour into an interior in a way that allows for experimentation.

Useful guidelines will be included that build the participants’ confidence in using colour and foster their inspiration in creating new palettes and applications.

Particular emphasis will be placed on the underlying design approaches, terms and definitions relating to colour; the principles and methods of selecting and using colour to achieve the desired effect; and the philosophies, constraints, influences and new areas of innovation associated with the use of colour.

Aim of the Course       


To provide the basic knowledge, skills and understanding required to apply an enhanced knowledge of colour into a self-identified residential interior design solution.


Learning Objectives


Participants who successfully complete the program will be able to:


  • Identify the physical, psychological, emotional, social and cultural responses to colour appropriate to an interior design.

  • Use appropriate colour theories to visually control and create illusions that help enhance or subdue residential interiors.

  • Apply the properties and characteristics of colours while taking into consideration the effects of natural and artificial lighting in a self-identified residential interior design scheme.

Duration of the Program


6 sessions at 2.5 hrs per session

(Total of 15 hours)

Course Fees 


Group class: $450.00

Minimum Number of Students Before a class Commences

Minimum 6 Students are required before Commencement of Classes.