Color affects our moods, productivity, and even our heart rate. Feel Good Light Ups help to set the color scheme in any room. Scroll down just a bit and click one of the colors below to discover how each color may affect you!
Naturally, we do not have any fully black Light Ups (You want black? Turn off the lights!) However, black is associated with authority, power, strength, and intelligence. Too much black can elicit fear and invoke feelings of evil.
Red is emotionally intense causing a faster heartbeat and rapid breathing. Red is associated with love, life and energy. Red can be easily overwhelming and too intense. If you are trying to lose weight, don't eat in red rooms or with red dishware: red is an appetite stimulant.
Blue is America's most popular color and actually causes the body to produce calming brain chemicals while lowering heart rate and blood pressure. People are more productive in blue rooms. We associate loyalty, spirituality, and wisdom with blue. Blue is also an appetite suppressant (unless you like blueberries!).
Yellow grabs our attention yet is the most difficult color to see. Yellow increases metabolism, enhances concentration and creativity (legal pads are yellow for a reason), and produces feelings of happiness.
Greens invokes nature and produces a refreshing and relaxing atmosphere. Green is the easiest color to see. We associate peace, harmony, and fertility with green.
Naturally, we do not have fully white Light Ups (the existing diffuser serves that purpose). White stands for innocence and purity, cleanliness and sterility. We feel safer in a white enviroment.
Purple is the color of royalty, luxury, and wealth but also stimulates brain activity. A splash of purple lends some sophistication and romance to the enviroment.
Pink is the most romantic color, the most calming, tranquilizing, and evokes gentle feelings. In a stressful environment, pink will help to relieve the stress and temper emotions. On a date, use the romance of pink.