Green and mint

Green is a “feel-good” color. Green expresses regrowth and rejuvenation, a sense of moving forward, its crisp and freshness. Green means nature, means life and gives you a nice feeling of a new beginning. Everywhere in nature, green signifies growth, freshness, renewal, health, a new beginning and environment.

 

 

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Green color is very easy on the eye, and nature keeps us entertained with an abundance of green hues, tints and shades. Mint green is a color that is precisely halfway between turquoise and green. The psychological effects of the color green are similar as the color blue; green is perceived as calming and reassuring.

If you look at nature you will see green everywhere, and it is teamed up with every color in the rainbow and it always looks stunning, as you can experience by looking in your local florist’s window.

 

 

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In Feng shui green is a wood element and the color of growth, renewal, fresh energy and regeneration.  Green color is very nourishing to your health, as it balances the whole body by bringing healing Feng shui vibrations from nature. When working with green color, it is important to have at least several different shades in order to maximize the Feng shui energy effects.

 

 

 

 

I’ve always been very fond of and fascinated by colors. Even though I have for a long time used a neutral base at home, I constantly add new colors in terms of various details. But I constantly change my “color mood” as well and switch colors straight as it is. Frequently I wonder why I suddenly feel the need of a particular color. This fall I begin to study the Feng Shui and I hope that I’ll figure out more about why this is so. I will continually share ideas and new knowledge with my readers here on purodeco. For now I hope that you enjoy this splash of bright colors!

 

 

Take a look here and click on the images to see where all of these lovely green & mint photos come from!

 

 

 

 

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