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Colors have a huge impact on your mind and moods. According to Color psychology, colors can affect your perception. It basically influences your mind and moods in a subtle manner. Let’s explore how.

Blue – Serenity, Intelligence and Protection

Blue is sign of great achievements and goals. It also has a soothing element to it. However, using too much of blue can make you cold emotionally. Thus, it is best recommended for bedrooms and office.

Green – Nature, Balance, Wealth

Green is the calmest colour of all and so it is best recommended for bedrooms. Using too much of green can make you feel lethargic and lazy most of the times.

Yellow – Energy, Happiness, Attention

Yellow is the happiest of all colours. You can never stay dull around yellow walls. However, babies don’t find this colour favorable. It has been observed that babies cry a lot around such yellow walls. It is best suited for bathrooms and kitchens.

Orange- Social, Re-assurance, Warmth.

Best colour for the living and dining room.  This colour is associated with lot of enthusiasm and go- get attitude. Also, famous among gyms across globe. However, too much of it can bring negatively with it.

Red- Passion, Optimism, Adventure.

This colour is perfect for bedrooms and dining room. This colour is sure to ignite passion among couples. However, over doing this can attract negativity to it. It also simulates appetite. Hence, the family will enjoy a hearty meal around red walls.

Pink- Calm, Sweet , Love

The prettiest of all colours is the colour Pink.  It is the best for bedrooms. Especially kids room. You will find yourself automatically calmer around pink walls.

Lilac- Creative, Spiritual, Mystery

This is the most spiritual colour of all. It invokes serenity. This is best for prayer rooms or meditation room. However constant exposure to it can make you feel depressed. Best colour for Bathrooms.

 

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