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According to a study, subconscious judgments are made about people, environment and products within 85 seconds of initial viewing based on its colour alone. The left and right hemispheres of our brains process colours differently. The left side of the brain is action oriented and the right brain deals with withdrawal behaviours. Colours also contain healing and therapeutic properties, which is what makes it so important in our daily life.
Colour, as powerful as it is, can alter the space, enhance a particular mood, excite the senses and create a sanctuary for the soul. A wrong choice in colour, on the other hand, can dampen our spirit, making us feel languid, experiencing a lack of confidence and even make us look shabby. Everyone has an emotional response to colour, whether as subjective and deeply personal or universal. Arwa Hamzaa reveals the significance of each colour in a room and how to incorporate them at home effectively. We all use colour for decorating our homes and thus have an understanding of the subtle yet recurrent influence of the colours that surround us. Colours in our home and working environments have a major influence over our happiness health and well-being. Colour has its own stimulating energy that has the power to heal or bring about change in people creating a balance between the mind and the body while promoting wealth and fertility. Interior decorators have long known how colour can dramatically affect moods, feelings and emotions and cause physiological reactions, like raising blood pressure.