Psychology of Color
Colors have a big influence on our state of mind. Colors in an interior can give you a comfortable feeling. Many entrepreneurs hire an interior decorator to give their business a certain “feeling”. And that’s a good idea, because people response emotional to colors
Here a little summary of color psychology
Red: Calls for Strong emotions. It’s unwise to paint a bedroom red when your child is hyperactive.
Yellow: Gives rise to cheerfulness and warmth. Although you will think it’s a nice color for children, some babies start to cry from this color.
Blue: Suggests calmness or serenity. A color which increases productivity
Orange: encourages enthusiasm and excitement. Excitement brings also a state of alertness, therefore it is usually used in alerts.
Green: Brings a state of tranquility and symbolizes health. Unfortunately the sellers of meat uses nowadays more and more this color in their packaging to make it look healthier.
Purple: represents wealth and success. So it make sense to use the color purple when you want to project wealth and success for a product.
Colors are used purely psychological by manufacturers and advertisers, and we buy it.
That colors influence our minds is scientifically long proven and sellers take advantage from this fact.
Children are very receptive to colors. Most children are coming more in balance when they are coloring. We grown ups have forgotten how important it is to be creative with colors. To make a coloring ensures relaxation and calming, it inspires and awakens creative thoughts.
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By Loes Knetsch