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The main way our eyes and brains interpret various wavelengths of light reflecting on objects is color. Several ancient civilizations, including Egyptians and Chinese, have been treated with chromotherapy or have been healed by using shades.

People have long believed that some colors, which have promoted the idea that colors can trigger a variety of moods and emotions. The color and decor in our home should represent the person who lives inside and colors should be wisely used by designers and homeowners to build the desired environment in each room.

It is also important to note that color responses still can be extremely personal when researching color psychology. Memories can influence the way people feel and react to various colors.

1.  BLUE

Blue is a hue that is also seen in nature, like the pale blue of a day sky or the rich dark blue of a deep water lake. This is presumably why people always call the blue hue peace and cool. Blue can often look sleek, far away, or even cold as a cool color. Blue has a cool, relaxing influence. It is identified more with peace, honesty, isolation, cold, and sorrow. I read blue can bring down blood pressure, but it fits well in the bedrooms and is called soothing and stimulating.

Although some think blue a gloomy or dark hue, some may see it as pleasant or encouraging. Be aware of how the blue hue makes you feel and remember any of the various factors your emotions may have impacted.


Nature is a green hue. Green will transcend a feeling of calmness and protection if used in interior design, it is known as the most restful color for the eyes. Green symbolizes growth, peace, freshness, and prosperity, keeping people emotionally healthy in general. Green is ideal for any room in the house and can have a soothing effect when used for lighting as the main color. However, the various green shades will elicit different feelings. Dark green is linked to desire, covetousness, and jealousy; water is linked to mental wellbeing and security.

“Colour is a power which directly influences the soul.”-     Wassily Kandinsky


Yellow is a sunny shade, mixed with love, satisfaction, mind, and soul. The kitchens, dining rooms, and bathrooms are an outstanding choice. Yellow should be welcomed in passages. Studies have nevertheless shown that in an all-yellow interior people are more likely to lose their patience, so it should be used cautiously. Dull or dingy yellow is used seldom in interior spaces, reflecting hesitation, deterioration, disease, and envy. Warm yellow, of intelligence, freshness, and excitement, is a perfect house painting outside. Strong yellow evokes a sense of joy. Yellow is an elevating hue, so you've got to find the right shade. Do not be too loud or too mute, you want to be sure. But use deep yellow and grey for a sleek appearance.


White is young and tidy, producing a cool, refreshing sensation. Whoever wants white wants a modern theme. Warmer white colors help a room look more casual, and darker shades are more formal. The bulk of the walls are white and most bedrooms are white and a large number of toilet fittings, kitchen furniture, and appliances are white. White makes us feel safe and hygienic and this is another reason we prefer white whenever there's dirt in the bathroom and kitchen where you can see it. White makes rooms look bigger and that is why it is used on ceilings.


Joy, sunshine, and tropics are synonymous with Orange. It displays excited, interesting, cheerful, inventive, committed, engaged, effective, inspiring, and motivating people. It's a little polarizing, and people either love it or hate it. Orange was believed to raise levels of energy and cure the lungs in ancient civilizations. Distress and mistrust, though, may also mean dark orange. Red-orange represents lust, enjoyment, dominance, and violence. Gold, a long-distance orange variety, evokes the sensation of prestige; gold's significance is enlightenment and understanding. Bright orange provides fun and adventure but can overweight when used too much.


Luxury, royalty, and innovation are all associated with Purple. Purple also transmits money and money emotions. It also reflects a mystical color and an enchantment, a mystery, and imagery. Comfort, cleanliness, and purity are linked to psychology. Lighter varieties of purple, including lavender and lilac, offer bedrooms the same soothing qualities as blue, but without the possibility of becoming colder. The color lavender induces calmness and peace of mind and is beneficial for contemplation and meditation. The color lilac is also synonymous with characteristics such as friendliness, open minds, immaturity, and extroversion according to color psychology. Color, by promoting emotional speech, helps decrease antisocial behay and hostility.

7.  PINK

You can make a cool and fine mood in the house by using pink colors. In most countries, the color pink is used as a feminine color and is mostly linked to children. The psychological benefits of the color pink are commonly seen in interior design and are calming and relaxing. Pink is the color for one's and others' universal affection. Pink is fellowship, love, happiness, the stability inside, and closeness. The color pink is the sweet side of red. Pink is a mood regulator so powerful that much too many can be drained mentally. Dark pink is similarly affected by red-enhanced feelings while pale pink is more reserved.

“Sometimes, all you need is a little splash of color.”

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