Home interior: A living room designed to heal!
Green is the color of living grass, and leaves and is often associated with spring, growth and nature. Green is a perfect color for your living room.
We believe you already know, but to repeat, green has always been associated with nature, liveliness, life, spring, freshness, hope, youth, calmness, tolerance and love. So why don't we bring it into our living rooms, places that should be another synonym for all of the above?
From a positive perspective, green is the color of life, renewal, nature and energy and is associated with growth, harmony, freshness, safety, fertility and a positive environment. Green is also associated with money and finance, and at the same time reflects the combination of positive and negative forces of nature. It is the color of balance and harmony and is believed to contain the powerful energies of nature, growth, and the desire to expand or increase. Hence, green and all its shades are often used when there is a need to evoke a sense of balance and order, change and transformation, and it is also necessary for growth as well as for maintaining changes, both on a physical and mental level.
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In most mythologies, it is believed that green color is added to the living space when there is a need for a new state of balance, change, or growth, to search for new opportunities, or to protect against fears (and possible attacks). It has been proven in psychology that colors can cause certain physical and psychological reactions in the human body, so it is not surprising that green is most often found in treatment rooms - it is optically the calmest and most relaxing color for the eye due to its spectral wavelength.
In color therapy, the conscious and subconscious meanings of the color green create calmness. In general, this color seems to be made to relax and soothe, both mentally and physically, it can help remove depression and reduce anxiety. In addition to being soothing, it is also relaxing and rejuvenating, believed to help relieve anxiety, depression and nervousness.
In medical spaces, it is believed that the color green evokes a feeling of hope, health, adventure, renewal, self-control, compassion and harmony, so its importance in interior design should not be surprising. In the study of architecture or interior design, the color green is often used in certain areas to create a restorative and calming atmosphere.
Post By: Vanessa F.