How colours change the way we think, feel and consume
How do colours change the way we think, feel and consume? Some Ancient languages didn’t have a word for the colour blue. In fact, ancient Egypt is believed to be the first civilisation to describe it, having named the colour of blue stones discovered while mining. Find out more here.
The Home Front: Colour talk.
The psychology of colour is endlessly debated in the world of home decor and furnishings, and no more so than when it comes to the paint on our walls. Find out more at this link.
Colour psychology: Forbo helps to lift the mood at children’s hospital.
The hospital’s official charity, followed the principles of colour psychology when devising the new child-friendly design scheme. This is the design scheme used for the reception, family waiting area and also the adjoining cafe at the main entrance. Find out more information here.
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