Color theory

The color theory is the result of a long course of study by great intellectuals of the past. The principle behind this theory states that from the three primary colors – magenta, yellow and blue – it is possible to obtain all the other colors; mixed two by two, they give rise to the secondary colors – orange, green and violet – which, further mixed together, give rise to new colors.

According to the principles of Chromotherapy, each color conveys specific emotions that affect our mood, and this stimulus is perceived by our brain. to make the furniture elements of all Design Cilfsa collections, we chose the 7 COLORS OF THE RAINBOW: PURPLE-INDIGO-BLUE-GREEN-YELLOW-ORANGE-RED whose primary reference hue varies in nuances, depending on the support of the woven weft.


Purple promotes concentration and meditation, while infusing strength and energy. It is a peculiar and often bypassed color: it is best used in moderation and with lighter hues.


Originating in India 4,000 years ago, it was a color of prestige worn by important dignitaries. In color therapy, it represents elegance and relaxation and promotes purification of the mind.


Blue is the ultimate calming and refreshing color: it calms the mind and reduces nervousness.


Green is a harmonious and relaxing color; it has a calming effect and is a symbol of balance. It is advisable to choose a shade that is not too strong.


Orange brings energy, enthusiasm, cheerfulness and optimism. It is therefore the ideal color for areas dedicated to everyday life.


Yellow affects intellect and concentration. It also tends to stimulate creativity, facilitating study activities.


Red is an energetic and strong color: it is associated with strength and vitality. It tends to make us more open and full of energy. it is important to choose the right shade so as not to make the environment too saturated, which would tend to make us nervous.