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    • COLOR THEORY Date Time Professor
      • Research Guide
      • Library catalog—books, videos…
      • Research Databases—articles
        • Art Fulltext & Wilson Omnifile
        • Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection
        • BHA (art history) & DAAI (design)
    • Images
      • Books
      • Articles
      • Grove Dictionary of Art
      • Visual Resources Center
      • Websites: museums, journals, universities, professionals…
    • Historical Meanings of Color
      • Green as
      • symbol of fertility
    • Cultural Meanings of Color
      • Traditional Japanese wedding garment
      • is red for luck
    • Color and Psychology
      • Color choice can affect
      • the psychological impact
      • of an image or object
    • Color in Interior Design
      • Example of how
      • changing a room’s
      • color scheme can
      • affect the mood
      Search terms : Interior design Interior decoration Psychology Color Color in interior design Color in design
    • Dark Blue (oceans, twilight skies, gemstones) = trust, dignity, security, professionalism Orange (fire, sunset, fruit) = energy, excitement, warmth, vitality Color and Advertising Complimentary Colors—Cool & Warm
    • Color in Toy Design “Blue & Pink” by Rebecca Bengal, in Print (from v. 61, no. 4, July/August 2007) Design Toys Psychology Gender Color Blue Marketing Children
    • Color in Toy Design “Pink & Blue” by Rebecca Bengal, in Print (from v. 61, no. 4, July/August 2007) Design Toys Psychology Gender Color Pink Marketing Children