Warm Colors. Red, Rich and highly emotive, red excites and energizes the body, increasing heart rate, blood pressure and respiration. Have a little athlete on your hands? Some studies suggest that the physical affects associated the color red increases athletic ability. However, red is also associated with increased aggression, an inability to focus and even headaches. Some research suggests that exposure to the color red may even hurt your child’s academic performance.
Pink. Universally loved by little girls, pink evokes empathy and femininity and creates a calming atmosphere. However, despite an initial calming effect, pink can become irritating over time, leading to agitation and anxiety. While your princess may love this rosy hue now, be prepared for her to reject it in the future.
Yellow. Bright and cheery,.( Read more... )