The psychology of design and color

Posted on June 27, 2013

What's on your walls? What's on your shelves? What pleases your eye may be playing tricks on your mind. Just the color of the room can play a huge role in how we feel and behave.

People should include elements that invokes feelings of familiarity and comfort into their living spaces to waht makes them feel safe and happy closer to home.

Painting your room blue may inspire creativity, a red coat of paint makes you more vigilant, the color green can serve to serve you down.

Drunk Tank Pink is an unusual color that research has shown to reduce violent tendencies and aggression in prisons.

Source material from CBS News

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