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Monday, February 6, 2012

Psychology of Color

Have you ever really wondered about the relationship between colour and the emotions of our day-to-day life.  Check out this amazing infograph and learn why some colours soothe while others are meant to ignite passion.
Psychology of Color [Infographic]
Courtesy of NowSourcing, Inc

13 comments:

  1. As a visual learner I really love infographs; this one is a lot of fun! As a baby my sister cried a lot ... she had a yellow nursery. Hmmm. And since our dining area has been painted a light swedish blue, we enjoy our meals but don't overstuff. Hmmm. Maybe that should be a diet tip: paint the room blue! Thanks for sharing Carol :)

    Robin
    happilyhomeafter.blogspot.com

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  2. This is a great informative post. Thanks.

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  3. Great job on laying out all of this information. I love a quick visual reference like that to gleen good info on the fly. Well done! (Though I hate the visual for black, since I'm a black and white girl!!:))

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  4. I love this post, so informative. I'm aware that I'm affected by the light and colour that is around me but I always like a visual!

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  5. this is so interesting! i have heard some of these thoughts before, but some are new to me!

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  6. Fascinating. I was recently thinking about why so many of my friends' dining rooms are red -- never realized that red encourages appetite.

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  7. Thanks for sharing, colours are quite fascinating...they can also be challenging to apply which would suit your audience best. I am a new follower of your blog, come on by the-wardrobe-stylist.blogspot.com :)

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  8. very very cool - I had heard the red / appetite thing before, but never that blue makes you productive! That said I think my pod walls at work are just too navy...the darkness gets to me (even though I'm beside a big exterior window, I find the navy sucks a ton of the light in)

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  9. Interesting! I wonder if I dress in black, white, silver and gold if I will look and feel more sophisticated?

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  10. This is very cool! I've never paid a lot of attention to this, but I do know for myself that I feel better in some colours than others, so it makes sense this would translate into spaces as well. That said, my closet is filled with black! So living on the edge ;-)

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  11. My office is a shade blue ....... has been pretty productive for me.

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  12. Loved this post! I feel much better about having a pink logo!

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  13. very well-presented, wasn't that? I can't agree with everything being universal across the board, because colour is so subjective, but understanding the most common reactions can make colour a very useful tool. Was that a interest find? I can't get off there these days..

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