Colours & Emotion For May 2021

Colours and Emotions
  1. Colours

    Did you know that a cool or warm tone in colour influences different emotions greatly? Check out the picture above. Warm colours range from red, orange and yellow and are attention-grabbing colours. They can evoke feelings of joy, energy and optimism. Cool colours are green, blue and purple. They are considered calming and work as an expression of all things serene and divine. Interesting, isn’t it? You can use this insight for your home interiors as well as home exterior design.

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    Happy colours are bright colours like pink, yellow and red. Pastel colours such as peach or lilac can also have an uplifting effect on your mood. Red is often linked with love and promotes a feeling of warmth. Sad colours are dark and muted colours such as grey, black, deep blue and even white which evokes feelings of grief and therefore sets a dull and melancholic mood. Now that you are aware of these facts, make sure to use colours carefully and according to the mood you wish to set in a space.

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Colours & Fashion For May 2021

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Fashion and colours are like two sides of the same coin as both of them build a foundation on some spectacular colour combinations. Olive green and pink are two beautiful colours that create a great look and complement each other well. They are subtle and eye-catching at the same time. This combination works well for not only clothes but also accessories like handbags. You can use texture paint in this stunning combination in a bedroom for a trendy look. From the above combination, we can see how fashion and colours play an integral role to complete each other. Do try this combination and see the magic unfold!

 

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

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Gems and colours are intricately related; find out more about their association here.

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Colours & Gems For May 2021

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  1. Watermelon Tourmaline

    Textured Wall Paint

    Gems are truly enchanting with their wonderful spark and lovely colours. One such gem is Watermelon Tourmaline. As the name suggests, Watermelon Tourmaline has a juicy burst of colours, reminding us of the fresh summer fruit, Watermelon. Don’t believe us? Take a look at the photograph to see for yourself! The term ‘tourmaline’ was derived from the Singhalese phrase, ‘Tura Mali’, meaning “stone mixed with vibrant colours”, and the word watermelon comes from the fruit itself. This gem is found in Madagascar, Afghanistan, Brazil, Nigeria and the United States. It is regarded as one of the most eye-catching gems with its outstanding colours.

  2. Rose Quartz

    Powder Coating

    What you are looking at is the beautiful gemstone Rose Quartz. Just as the colour suggests, Rose quartz is pink in colour and is found in Madagascar, Namibia, Mozambique, Brazil, South Africa, India and Sri Lanka. Rose quartz is perhaps best known for being the stone of unconditional love. It is believed that Rose quartz emits a strong vibration of love, joy and emotional healing. In the modern world, it is often used as a piece of décor and in jewellery. It is probably the most unique colour to be found in gems. The beautiful powdery pink colour of the rose quartz is extremely soothing and serene to look at. Berger Paints has colourful powder coating which is used as a protective and decorative finish. You can check out the range on the website.

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Colours & Nature For May 2021

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  1. Boto Amazon River Dolphin

    room colour design

    When we picture dolphins, we usually imagine a blue colour animal living in brackish water or in the ocean. However, take a look at the creature in the photograph. It is the Amazon River Dolphin, also known as the pink river dolphin or boto. It is totally different as it lives in fresh water and is light pink in colour! Its colour is enchanting and brings a fresh and calm look to nature.

  2. Victoria Crowned Pigeon

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    The photograph that you see above is of the Victoria Crowned Pigeon. A strikingly beautiful bird found in New Guinea, it is named none after Queen Victoria herself! This bird has extremely eye-catching, powdery blue feathers with maroon eyes. Owing to its elaborate crest that looks almost like a stunning display of dark blue lace with vivid white tips, this bird can easily be mistaken for a peacock! Looking at this bird we can see how wonderful nature is with its beautiful elements. This bird is a great example of the wonders of nature! How about using this blue hue of the bird as a wall colour on your favourite wall? We think this is the best colour for room in all kinds of home, be it modern or contemporary.

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

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Gems and colours are intricately related; find out more about their association here.

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Fashion and colours go hand in hand, discover the secrets of this connection and up your style quotient here.

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