Colours & Emotion For April 2021

Colours and Emotions
  1. Colours can have a psychological effect on everything ranging from human behaviour to mood to performance. The walls of our room determine the overall mood of our room, thus the choice of colours we make to paint our walls play an integral role in deciding what we wish to feel. The depth and darkness of colour can impact the perception of it. For example, dark purple can cause a more dramatic reaction, whereas light purple is considered relaxing, making it an ideal colour for a bedroom. Consider these pointers when thinking of wall painting for the bedroom.

  2. Warm colours such as red, yellow and orange can induce a variety of emotions ranging from warmth, comfort and anger, whereas cool colours such as green, blue and purple often promote feelings of calmness as well as sadness. Hence, we can see that colours determine not only the mood of our house but also impact our mood, and using correct and ideal colours can activate various emotions which we always store subconsciously.

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Colours & Fashion For April 2021

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Colours and fashion go hand in hand. Both would be incomplete without each other.

Let’s have a look at some colours which are also considered to be fashionable. Muted blue and pink can form a beautiful pastel colour palette that works beautifully not only on your home walls but also when paired together as an outfit. This combination is reminiscent of a soft scent of jasmine and a warm spring breeze. Hence, it would be safe to say that colours and fashion do indeed complement each other and bring out the best in each other. You can also try this combination as a wall paint design on your favourite walls!

 

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There can't be a better language for emotions than colours, click here to explore.

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Colours & Gems For April 2021

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  1. Emerald

    The glittering green beauty that you see in the picture is the gemstone Emerald. It derives its green colour from the varying presence of chromium, vanadium and iron in the mineral beryl. This gemstone is believed to stimulate the heart chakra and bring domestic bliss. It is also known as the “stone of successful love”. The gemstone ensures physical, emotional and mental equilibrium, bringing harmony to all areas of one’s life. The colour of the emerald gemstone is spellbinding, making it perfect as a room colour or an accent wall colour.

  2. Charoite

    Say hello to this gorgeous gemstone! Known as Charoite, it derives its name from the Chara River in Russia where it was first discovered in the 1940s. Lilac in colour with its mesmerising swirling patterns, Charoite is one of the few gemstones so distinctive that no one can find it tricky to identify it. It also boasts of a never-ending complex composition. Known as the stone of transformation, this gemstone is believed to stimulate unconditional love. It also helps regulate the blood pressure and the pulse rate. Additionally, it improves sleep and helps in overcoming insomnia. Inspired by this gemstone, you can use this beautiful lilac hue on your favourite walls.

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Colours & Nature For April 2021

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  1. Lilac-breasted Roller

    We find amidst nature a variety of colours in the form of animals, trees and flowers which fill the area with their unique colours making it photogenic and beautiful. One such colourful creation is the Lilac-breasted Roller. This beautiful bird is found in Kenya, Africa. In total, it has around eight colours: green, white, black, yellow, turquoise, dark blue, reddish-brown and lilac. These beautiful colour combinations blend well with each other, making it a visual delight to onlookers.

  2. Flamingo

    The birds in the above photograph are Flamingoes, made famous in pop culture. Say the word ‘Flamingoes’ and your mind will instantly conjure up images of a picturesque tropical setting. These birds are known for their noticeable and pleasing shades of pink that are derived from beta carotene which is an orangish-red pigment that is present in shrimp, larvae and algae that these birds feed on. Fascinating, isn’t it? Nature is filled with nothing but pure beauty that we can take ample inspiration from and bring into our homes, creating our very own masterpiece! You can use rich texture paint on your walls inspired by these pinkish birds that symbolise beauty and grace.

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