Color is more than just a visual experience. It is also a psychological one that will radically affect mood and emotion and painting your walls is a classic sort of communication that projects your personality and sets the tone in each room of your home. Color also has the ability to vary the form and size of furnishings, also because of the shape and size of the space itself. Colors and emotions are closely linked, every human sees color but the shade of the color varies as no eye palette is the same but generally, certain types of colors produce particular responses.
Importance of Color and Contrast
Room color psychology is an integral part of your lifestyle, affecting your moods and energy levels with just the space color you select for your walls. The colors of the rooms in your home also function as an immediate reflection of your personality. The people that sleep in a home make it beautiful by choosing colors that reflect their preferences and personalities. Every color creates different emotions and feelings and contrasts are capable of making us feel happy or sad, and they can make us feel hungry or relaxed. All of these reactions are deeply rooted in psychological effects, biological conditioning and cultural imprinting.
Symbolism of Colors
Each color symbolizes different emotions and it all mainly depends on a color’s brightness, shade, tint or tone and whether it’s cool or warm-toned so these points would help you choose the best color for your room.
- Warm colors induce feelings of happiness, optimism and energy. Red, orange and yellow, are all warm colors.
- Cool colors include green, blue, and purple and are usually calming and soothing. Neutral colors like white, beige and grey can also have a similar relaxing effect.
- Happy colors are bright and warm in nature like yellow, orange, pink and red. The brighter and lighter the color, the happier and more optimistic would the psychological effect.
- Sad colors are dark and dull in nature. Dark and muted cool colors like blue, green or neutrals like brown or beige can have a similar effect on feelings and emotions counting on how they’re used.
- Strong, bright colors and neon colors can have a strong effect on emotions like bright red, bright yellow and neon green can feel energizing and cause you to feel more alert.
At Pyramid Lifestyle, it is our primary duty to ensure that the homes reflect the kind of personality every home should possess, just like the people who own the home. Every color represents a kind of personality and we help match with one another. The world-class construction quality simply backs the impeccable designs and to top it all, the interiors with perfect color contrasts make our homes a perfect fit for you. Don’t believe us? Visit www.pyramidlifestyle.com and have a look, up close and personally.