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It’s a well-known fact: colours do have a direct impact on our mood. Many experts have demonstrated their capacity at influencing our mental and emotional reactions and physical state; as well as their positive therapeutic benefits. Colours are composed of waves of light; these waves also emit vibrations. Any colour is therefore composed of different waves and
each will have its very own vibration level. Colour vibrations are graded between two poles from the most relaxing to the most stimulating. Below, we have graded 7 major scales, going from most relaxing to most stimulating. This should enable you to choose your colours knowingly.
regenerativeregenerative The range of mineral and organic beige inspired from nature (such as textile fibres, sand, etc.) conjures up a [...]
tonifyingtonifying Shades such as sunflower yellow, wheat or straw yellow derive their tonic strength from sunlight. They act as a [...]
decontractingdecontracting Orange shades create a friendly ambience, warm and reassuring. They enhance physical relaxation and help reduce muscular stiffness.
moderatingmoderating Shades of green are not only synonymous with freshness but also shared happiness. They create a relaxed ambience, enhancing [...]
relaxingrelaxing Blue is the appeasing and contemplative colour. It favours mental relaxation and helps one to cope with the stresses [...]
soothingsoothing Shades of prune and dusty rose are very appeasing after an effort. They create a restful ambience, enhance the [...]
stimulatingstimulating Bright reds are a source of vitality and intensity. They communicate joy of living and put people in a [...]
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