I love using color as a communication tool in my interior design projects. In order to do that effectively, it’s important to understand how colors behave and how they can influence our mood. Colors evoke emotional responses in everyone. The psychology of color is used around us every day and is an important tool for transmitting information. A red stop sign prompts you to stop and look around; a brightly colored playground evokes feelings of joy and youthfulness.
The colors you choose for your walls and furniture have a big impact on your mood and emotions too. Color psychology suggests that some colors may increase anxiety, while others can boost your energy level. Your home should be your sanctuary, so it’s important to understand the emotional impact a color will have in your home.
Here are some things to take into consideration when choosing a color palette.
“Color is a power which directly influences the soul.”