Since 2000, the Pantone Color Institute has been designating a color of the year to express in color what is taking place in the global trends. This year, in an unprecedented event, Pantone has announced two colors for 2016: Rose Quartz and Serenity.
As the month of April wraps up, it is time to wrap up our series on the psychology of colors with one last post.
Brown, White, and Black are essential colors, and it’s nearly impossible to decorate without them. So what do each of these shades say? Let’s take a look.
All the bright greens and blues and purples surrounding me remind me of all the interesting psychology behind them. So for our Part Two of the Psychology of Colors, let’s talk about the power behind some of my favorite spring shades.
Colors, in their many shades and hues, are powerful – certain one can make you feel warm and happy while others inspire passion and even others bring about calmness. This blog is part one in a series to learn and explore how colors can be used to influence moods and even appetite!