Brown color psychology

we return to our section of psychology of the color and this time it do with the brown color, that very little people evokes as favorite and that however is widely used both in fashion as in decoration of interiors.

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Considered socially as a dirty color, associated with pollution and the lack of purity, Brown arises from the mixture of multiple living colors resulting in a poorer or less conspicuous color. However as aim, is one of the tones more used in interior design, both in the range of them beige, toasted and minks as in it of them tones more intense as the brown chocolate, own of the cocoa.

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Brown is the natural color of the Earth and is considered warm, neutral and robust. As qualities positive, the Brown us provides security, stability and reflection, that generate a climate cozy in those stays with walls painted in this color or that feature with this tonality in them materials employees in the furniture, as the wood, the leather or the wool. In addition, by its sobriety, it is a color associated with the male thing and very appropriate if we seek to create relaxd environments or who favour concentration as working or resting areas.


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As qualities negative, in addition to the already indicated Association to the dirt, also us evokes to the autumn, station nostalgic by excellence that can make decay the mood to some.

In Feng Shui the brown color is a good ally, belongs to the element earth, color of the natural environment and health. Transmits an environment stable and neutral that favours the balance sheet of the State of mood and creates a climate ideal for the debate and the conversation. Therefore it is a perfect color to decorate spaces groups such as the living room, kitchen or dining room. If we seek an effect relaxing can resort to thier modalities more clear for help to counteract the stress in spaces of rest as the bedroom.

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Applied to the design of interiors, Brown surprises by its wide tonal range. We find very bright variants such as color cream or coffee with milk associated with peace and tranquility, or middle tones as mole or mink, which are the most appropriate to achieve elegant spaces, both in its application to large masses (walls, paint or wallpapers) and decorative accessories.

If we are looking for more intensity can opt for shades more uploaded media as the brown reddish, very frequent in the rustic or opt for the elegance of the darker tones, as the timber Wenge, own characteristic of colonial and tropical hot climates. In these cases it is advisable to not completely fill the space with this color, because it can be very heavy, but use it on a single wall or textiles and decorative accessories.

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