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Spring Green Color

Spring Green Color

Beautiful pink color of a tree on the background of spring green color


The combination of two pleasant to ear words – spring and green brings to our mind young emerald green leaves, shimmering in the sunlight on the trees. A beady yellow mimosa, gentle pink petals of tulips, blue sky with fluffy white clouds, the color of the dew on the first grass of early spring. Spring Green Color is a combination of cyan, the color of water, and green, the color of plants. Spring green color was first mentioned in 1766, as it was recorded in English. Spring Green is located between cyan and green color on the color wheel. The complementary color of spring green is rose color.
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Gray Color union of opposites

Gray Color union of opposites

Gray Color union of opposites


This color is, in fact, a union of two opposite colors: white and black. On the one hand, gray color means common sense and realism, on the other hand – dullness, boredom, sadness, and depression. As you know, tastes differ, and for someone gray may seem lifeless and useless color.
Meanwhile, gray has a variety of beautiful colors that look great in the interior design. For example, pearl gray, silver, metal, lead, etc. However, gray is the color of gloom and depression. The Billie lines say: “What lies before me? A future that’s stormy, a winter that’s gray and cold.” Besides, it is also the color of indecision and uncertainty.
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Effects of color nutrition on human body

Effects of color nutrition on human body

Beige and brown. Effects of color nutrition on human body


“What color do you choose?” I think that in the foreseeable future this issue will become common not only for the seller, tailor or hairdresser, but also for cooks or waiters. Color nutrition is our near future. What is the basis of this confidence? On almighty statistics. Every year with each month the number of those who master color nutrition is increasing.
In everyday life, we do not think much about the color scheme of what we eat. And when we pursue something delicious, then, as a rule, we do not fix specifically the color of what we eat and do not make any conclusions about ourselves by the color of food. However, the color of the selected product can tell us a lot. And not only prompt, but also change the speed of our thinking, for example. It can help to solve this or that problem, or it can interfere with its solution, if we chose the wrong color. Meanwhile, about the influence of the color of food on the human body, on its behavior and thinking knew even in ancient China and Japan. Besides, the Japanese even today mainly nourish children and themselves according to the color of food. Not the quality of food, not the chemical composition of food, namely color. And specially decorate it. Why? Different color of food develops different parts of the brain.
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Yellow color life and decay

Yellow color life and decay

Autumn leaf. Yellow color – life and decay


Symbol of yellow – the sun, the source of heat, light and life on Earth. This color fills the human with energy. Yellow – the color of gold, which since ancient times perceived as a stark sunlight. It is the color of autumn, the color of ripe ears and decaying leaves. Yellow is the color of light, heat, it causes positive emotions associated with joy and gladness. Scientists have confirmed the fact that the yellow color enhances brain activity and improves memory.

Truly toning color, it gives life, energy and resilience in a joyful walk. Cheerful and carefree, yellow – a ray of sunshine that in gloomy morning in late winter suddenly breaks through the clouds.
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Rose color meaning

Rose color meaning

White roses. Rose color meaning


Today, among the diversity of means to express feelings, roses reserve centuries unbeaten leadership. After all, Rose – Queen of flowers, acquires a symbolic meaning and like nothing else can convey a thousand words! The versatility of these lovely and never boring flowers has no limit. Color of rose buds is able to express much. Red and pink rosebuds emphasize admiration for beauty and youth, and white rose petals like a hint at the emergence of youth and the impossibility of love and affection. If you want to confess your love for the first time, the best option for you would be a bunch of pale green roses. If the gift is a bouquet of a rose and two open buds, this means a secret and puzzle. Color and shape of the buds of roses is not the only way to convey thoughts and feelings. Also, for example, green leaves of roses symbolize hope and optimism.
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Red color power

Red color power

Red color power


For many designers red is one of the most beloved. This rich, vivid color in the spectrum is the first, and this is why it is the most active. Red is preferred by active, energetic, excitable people. The color represents the energy, the will to victory, a breakthrough power, it always gets what it wants (way to achieve depends on the shade). It loves to be first, but not always successful because of its destructive qualities. Given the power to love, it has property to hate passionately, passionately believe, etc. Indeed, red forces are active, the color gives strength and inspires, represents victory and the ability to correctly strike. Besides, this color controls the sexual relationship, and can push for gender convergence, even when there isn’t a true desire. Passion is its positive aspect and a negative – a perversion.
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Entrance Door Color According to Feng Shui

Entrance Door Color According to Feng Shui

Colorful door in Bali, Indonesia. Entrance Door Color According to Feng Shui


What color is the best for the front door? First of all, a good color is a color that combines and resonates with the design and color of the house, as well as its surroundings. But such a thing as “the best color” does not exist at all! However, some books and feng shui teachings say that the favorable color for the entrance door is red. In fact, this concept stems from the Chinese tradition.
In ancient China, there were very strict rules regarding homes: people could build houses with various rooms, but the color of the door needed to be made of a certain color. In fact, the color of doors should be in accordance with the position of a person in society and the position held in the government. In particular, most people were forbidden to have red doors. Red color denoted the status of the nobility. Therefore, the red door, perceived as wealthy and noble, meant that behind this door lived rich people.
However, this is a cultural value, not a universal one. Accordingly, if something is not universally true, it is not feng shui.
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