Colours & Emotion For July 2021

Colours and Emotions
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    The complementary colours on the colour wheel are the ones that are opposite each other. Say orange and blue, green and red, purple and yellow. Keeping in mind those complementary colour pairs, many times, sports teams, especially professional sports teams, choose to dress their players in uniforms that pair these colours, or tones and tints of these colours. Since the colours are total opposites, they bring out the best in each other when paired together. They make for dynamic and stimulating visuals, making them a popular choice.

  2. hall colour combinations

    Did you know that rock music's history runs purple? This striking colour has been adopted by some of the most influential musicians of all time. Metaphorically speaking, purple was a mix of the standardised 'primary colours' introduced by mainstream society in the 1950s and mid-1960s. Other artists, such as Deep Purple and Prince, adopted this colour because of its ambiguity in the musical soundscape and pop culture. Intriguing, isn’t it? If you are a die-hard rock music fan, there is no better hall colour than purple. Explore Berger’s Colour Catalogue for a wide range of purple shades that you can choose from. You can either go bold or play safe with the shades!

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Colours & Fashion For July 2021

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Want to show off your love for nature? You can do so by wearing earthy tones that are derived from the naturally occurring colour palette that Mother Nature gifts us. Think shades of green, soft greys, slate and the colours of the earth, of course. The earth tones are the perfect colour palette to achieve a classy yet relaxed look. These tones pair beautifully with other elements of nature as well. Apart from clothes, you can also bring this gorgeous colour palette into your home interiors on the walls and as a wood colour for your favourite piece of furniture. Explore Berger’s iPaint Spray Paint range to know more:https://shop.bergerpaints.com/

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Colours & Gems For July 2021

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  1. Red Jasper

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    This intriguing gemstone is known as Red Jasper. It belongs to the Chalcedony mineral class. It is an opaque version of quartz that has a vitreous lustre and opaque transparency. Red Jasper has a deep red colouring, ranging from bright red to brownish red. It is also believed to bring good luck to those who wear it and is considered lucky for aspiring actors. It is known to help with grounding, nurturing, stamina, physical transformation and protection. It allows for deeper insight into personal difficulties and helps with dream recall and memory.

  2. Sphene

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    This radiant gemstone is known as Sphene. It has been named after the Greek word ‘sfena’ meaning ‘wedge’ owing to its wedge-shaped crystals. It is also known as ‘Titanit’ which is due to the presence of titanium in it. The major mining area for sphene is Madagascar but also mined in Sri Lanka, Brazil, Canada, Myanmar, Austria, Pakistan, Mexico and the USA. The raw material is mined directly from the mother rock that is the ‘igneous rock.’ Sphene usually flaunts a gorgeous green colour but its intense fiery brilliance can display a lot of colours. If you are charmed by the beauty of this intense gemstone, how about painting a living room interior accent wall inspired by it?

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Colours & Nature For July 2021

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  1. Hummingbird

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    The natural world is full of colours. What you are looking at is a hummingbird. It flaunts iridescent colours that result from a combination of refraction and pigmentation. It has an excellent colour vision that enables it to spot brightly-coloured flowers. Apart from good eyesight, it also has the incredible ability to fly forward, backward and also upside down. This bird has surely got some moves! Hummingbird is also the only vertebrae capable of hovering for a certain period of time during flight. The hummingbird represents an ancient symbol of happiness. Its colourful appearance is believed to bring good luck and positive energy into people’s lives. You can use luster paint to pay an ode to this glossy birdie’s iridescence!

  2. Tomato Frog

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    What do you visualise when you hear the word ‘frog’? A bright green creature, isn’t it? What if we told you that frogs are also found in red? You read that right! Allow us to introduce you to Tomato Frog. Found mostly in the dark, dense tropical rainforest of north-eastern Madagascar, particularly the area of Antongil Bay, this frog resembles a big, ripe red tomato, which is how it gets its name! However, the largest and brightest of the species are the females. In both sexes, this frog uses colour as a warning. It puffs up its body and secretes a white, glue-like substance from its skin, which serves as a repellant to predators. This gummy substance can be quite harmful, causing an allergic reaction in humans.

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