Watson writes: ” We all know that a splash of red in a monochromatic room adds some excitement. But red also reveals a person’s force of will, at least according to Swiss psychologist Dr. Max Luscher, who first utilized color-preference as a psychological measurement in the 1940’s. Still in use today, his test shows that color choice reveals your true personality and current mood. The following pages build on Dr. Luscher’s eight basic test colors, providing some chromatic inspiration to aesthetes of all the shades.”
Beautiful Danish mahogany mirror made during the second half of 18th Century. Details such as laurel swags in gilded wood, flowers and ribbon bows in gilded wood.
A Mahogany mirror with colored rococo detailed inlays such as shells, rocaille, acanthus leaves, made during the mid 18th Century. Original condition.
Earthy colors and fur. 1. A Mama Buffalo Mask – Nigeria 2. Plant Photography Pic The poetry of Material Things 3. Large African Floor Urn 4. Tibetan Goat Fur Pillow By Laserow Antiques & Interior Design – Made to Order