"Color is only beautiful when it means something"

The above qoute is stated by robert henri and it is true that a life without color is baseless,charmless and boring. One needs colours in life to feel the asthetics and essence that would be missing of one has a black&white world.

Everyting in the life has a meaning and a reason, so why not the same thing is possible with colors. many people say that art helps you learn patience which means in a way helping you to concentrate and focus on your target.

So today my article talks about color psychology, we have heard about human psychology, animal psychology and many more.

Colors affect our moods and feelings. When we view different colors, different psychological cues are triggered. We always feel more relaxed in a greenhouse full of plants. Offices having warmer colored hues such as browns and golds actually make people feel warmer while those with lighter colors like pale blue or white make people feel cooler. There are real no temperature changes caused by these colors, but they can still affect the perception of the individuals experiencing them.

Yellow is the first color that an infant responds to. Yellow placed in the shops of windows can help grab the attention of shoppers. Yellow also helps encourage conversation and stimulates the mental and nervous system.

Blue, helps create a sense of trust and security in consumers’ minds regarding a brand. Purple, which is associated with the Crown chakra (the meridians of flow of energy in the body) can help one feel more creative and get those imaginative juices flowing.

Color psychology can be applied in day to day life when repainting one’s rooms or even when making a decision regarding products. Over-stimulating the senses using warmer colors can be detrimental to productivity since it makes workers tensed by raising their blood pressure. Likewise, under-stimulating colors can also distract workers or make them feel bored easily.

A great deal of thought and consideration must be given to placement and usage of color psychology in work and home environments as it directly impacts one’s physical and mental welfare.

"Coloring outside the line is a fine art"