PSYCHOLOGICAL MEANING OF COLORS
Psychological color meaning.
The psychological effects of white are calming, isolation, purification, cold.
PSYCHOLOGICAL MEANING OF YELLOW COLOR
Yellow is the brightest of all primary colors; it is the color of the sun, glare expression, and liveliness.
The psychological effects of yellow are logic, intelligence, optimism, clarity of thought, joy, revitalizing, brightness.
It is a mixture of red and yellow and, therefore, combines both: a force of red and vibrancy of yellow. So, orange is an emotional stimulant.
The psychological effects of orange are creativity, enthusiasm, vibrancy, energizing, warmth, fun.
The red color is a mental stimulant. It is the color of fire and blood, an expression of life and power. Inextricably is linked with passion, heat, and struggle.
The psychological effects of red are strength, vitality, sensuality, comfort, firmness, warmth, confidence, friendship.
This color is a mixture of red and blue, so it relates to performance shine and dignity, but has a calming influence.
The psychological effects of violet are creativity, thinking, artistic inspiration, intuitiveness, protectionism, mystery, spirituality.
Blue is the color of deep ice. Emotionally, we associate it with the long cold space and its infinity. Therefore, the blue effects mind, just as red effects feelings.
Psychological effects of blue are relaxation, purification, coldness, wisdom, tranquility, sensuality, peace, trust, loyalty, flexibility.
As a mixture of blue and yellow, green is the color of nature; so it means happiness and peace, it is also a symbol of hope.
The psychological effects of green are calm, straight, balance, harmony, tranquility, freedom, pleasure.
The psychological effects of brown are support, narrow-mindedness, nutrient status.
PSYCHOLOGICAL MEANING OF GRAY COLOR
The psychological effects of gray are autonomy, independence, loneliness.
PSYCHOLOGICAL MEANING OF SILVER COLOR
The psychological effects of silver are balance, sensuality, harmony, femininity.