However, the need to use colors that do not conflict with the cultural practice of clients will remain a priority and it must be preserved even amidst the ever-changing trends in design. In chapter one, we will discuss the meaning of colors depending on various cultures and circumstances. Every color has different aspects to it and you can only learn the meaning of that color by understanding certain simple concepts about it. In chapter two, we will proceed further to explore how different cultures influence the appearance of interior designs. We will examine various cultures with regard to color theory. The chapter will prove that color choices are the backbone of interior designing and so for designers to incorporate the color factor and satisfy diverse cultures, they should have the ability to identify and recognize how different cultures perceive color. Throughout my research, I found that the definition of color refers to all visual sensations. Colors can express feelings, ideas, and emotions. therefore, people can communicate easily when using them. Designers are supposed to pay good attention to these little details because whatever design they make should be well portrayed in the countries they are targeting. The wrong choice of color selection and the combination could transform the best designs into a nightmare if it is not perceived in the correct way. (Bratu, 2014) Different cultures perceive colors differently. mostly because of the relationship and meaning that these colors have within that culture. These relationships have been transmitted through the generations, if not even upon hundreds of years. (Karenhaller, 2014). Chapter three, on the contrary, will examine how various restaurants around the globe have embraced the idea of color choice and meaning in their interior design. It also addresses the history .facts about color production.