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Colours affect our mood, behaviour and actions. No matter where the colour is, your bedroom, office or even a swimming pool, it has to be right; right for you - to make you feel the way you want to. …

Colours affect our mood, behaviour and actions. No matter where the colour is, your bedroom, office or even a swimming pool, it has to be right; right for you - to make you feel the way you want to. http://poolandspawarehouse.com.au/

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  • 1. How do colours make you feel?
  • 2. Colours affect our mood, behaviour andactions. No matter where the colour is,your bedroom, office or even a swimmingpool, it has to be right; right for you - tomake youfeel the way you want to.
  • 3. Colourful treatmentColour psychology believes that differentcolours make us feel very different. Thereforewe can apply colours ability to change ourfeelings therefore mood and well being anduse it to treat depression or sadness.Chromo therapy is something known as lightor colour therapy coming from ancientChinese culture. Although it is an alternativetreatment it is recognised in the community.
  • 4. How do colours make you feel?• For example, red, the blood colour is in fact used to stimulate circulation. Red is warm and bright. Some people feel the warmth moving along their bodies when surrounded by the colour. For some though it is an aggression signal. It creates excitement, intensity and anger. Red bedroom or a swimming pool would call most people for action.
  • 5. How do colours make you feel?• Blue, on other hand is calming colour. It is believed to soothe pain and treat illnesses. Although blue can also create a feeling of sadness, it often makes people feel peaceful, secure and calm. Blue is mostly preferred by males and also a perfect colour for a swimming pool for anyone seeking enjoyable and relaxing swimming.
  • 6. How do colours make you feel?• Although black is often used as a colour of evil due to its popular ability to indicate power and horror, black is in fact a stable colour. It makes us feel protected and safe. Black also feels heavier than any other colour.• White on other hand is often a colour of angels, purity and innocence. White is a great colour for claustrophobic people as it adds space and creates highlights.
  • 7. How do colours make you feel?• Pink makes people go “Awww”! Pink makes us feel gentle. It fills the atmosphere with love and romance. However while pink is able to calm, colour psychology researchers have found that this effect only occurs during the initial exposure to the colour. When used in prisons, inmates often become even more agitated once they become accustomed to the colour. Pink is generally feminine and sensitive colour which makes most of people happy.
  • 8. How do colours make you feel?• Yellow is not just a colour of craziness; however it does stimulate our nerves. Yellow is a warm and cheerful colour which makes us feel appropriately.However for some people yellow is a source of anger and frustration. Babies tend to cry in yellow rooms.
  • 9. How do colours make you feel?• Although green represents jealousy it does not make people feel it. Green is the colour of nature and most likely to calm you down. When meditating or looking for some peace, green room might be your perfect decision.
  • 10. Colours...... tend to affect different people in different ways but the majority of people respond to the colours in a similar way. For better living and cosier home it is crucial to take colours under a serious consideration when building or re-decorating your bedroom, lounge room, kitchen, office or a swimming pool.