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Why is colour such a powerful force in our lives?

"Colours, like features, follow the changes of emotions." - Picasso later said.













Why is colour such a powerful force in our lives? What effects can it have on our bodies and minds? Do not miss the opportunity in experiencing art.


Symbolic Color Meanings:

(Symbolic meanings that are often associated with different colours)

  • Red: Power, Love, Passion, Excitement

  • Pink: Soft, Reserved, Earthy

  • Purple: Noble, Luxury, Mysterious, Glamorous

  • Blue: Wisdom, Ideal, Hope, Reason, Calm

  • Green: Nature, Growth, Greatness

  • Yellow: Hope, Joy, Danger

  • Orange: Warmth, Kindness, Joy

  • White: Truth, Indifference, Purerity

  • Black: Noble, Power, Mysterious, Chic


There is this idea of blue colour, which we associate with melancholy and sadness and possibly spirituality because it is the colour of distance, the colour of the sky. Colours in the red area of the colour spectrum are known as warm colours and include red, orange, and yellow. These warm colours evoke emotions ranging from feelings of warmth and comfort to feelings of anger and hostility.


Today, we can see that specific colours have been associated with physiological changes, including increased blood pressure, metabolism, and eyestrain, so many smart interior designers and wise homeowners use the effect for their places. A peaceful mood, including nature components, help you to relax in your living room.


Wild and vivid colour pallets help bring back energy, encouraging more physical activities and mind power. Monotone-coloured art might look so simple and chick, but it brings your calm mind back and help you to prepare for some important tasks of your life, so very suitable for the office interior.


Of course, the right colours should be mixed with the correct objects on campus. Enjoy our art and views; do not hesitate to contact us to find the right masterpiece for your space with specific purposes.



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