The concept of globalization has taken many topics under its influence in recent years. Residential designs in which users reflect their identities are also influenced and formed by globalization. The concept of color which causes different perceptions among humans also emerges as one of the important parameters of space design. It is also observed as a result of literature reviews that colors of furniture as one of the most important building blocks of space affect perception of space. Globalization that is effective in exhibiting similar or different behaviors by societies is considered to be effective in selection of furniture colors that affect individuals' lifestyles or get affected from their lifestyles and that also affect perception of space. Departing from this idea, it has been discussed whether globalization affects color preferences for furniture in living spaces of buildings that contain all kinds of data related to people's lives and perceptions. Within the scope of the research, color preferences furniture used in living spaces were determined between users heavily affected from globalization and users less affected from globalization. In this context; on-site evaluation studies and surveys were applied in houses of two different groups determined as the sample field, and colors chosen by individuals in furniture of living spaces of sample groups were examined As a result of the study, it was determined that users in two different sample groups used different colors in furniture of their building living spaces.