Designer Radiators Colour Your Moods?
12 December 2013
Can the colour of your radiator really influence your feelings?
Choose the colour of your designer radiator by the feeling you want it to give you
When Agadon Designer Radiators released their new website, one key feature was it enables you to pick any colour. The thinking behind it is quite simple – a designer radiator even when its off can influence the way you feel. This is all down to the psychology of colour, according to Simon Hall, the owner of Agadon Designer Radiators.
Choose a designer radiator in yellow if you want to create enthusiasm for life and can awaken greater confidence and optimism. Yellow helps with decision-making as it relates to clarity of thought and ideas, although it can often be impulsive. Yellow helps us focus, study and recall information, useful during exam time.
A red designer radiator is energising, it exudes a strong and powerful masculine energy, which excites the emotions. On the other hand pink is feminine and romantic, affectionate and intimate, thoughtful and caring. It tones down the physical passion of red replacing it with a gentle loving energy.
The colour orange literally ‘radiates warmth and happiness,’ combining the physical energy and stimulation of red with the cheerfulness of yellow. So choose an orange designer radiator and you may not even need to have it on!
Green is an emotionally positive colour representing balance and harmony. It is the sanctuary away from the stresses of modern living, restoring us back to a sense of well being. So if you have a room you want to relax in, a green designer radiator maybe the answer.
Blue is a colour that seeks peace and tranquility above everything else, promoting both physical and mental relaxation. we certainly feel a sense of calm if we lie on our backs and look into a bright blue cloudless sky. It slows the metabolism. The paler the blue for your designer radiator the more freedom we feel.
The colour indigo promotes deep concentration during times of introspection and meditation, helping you achieve deeper levels of consciousness. Indigo stimulates right brain or creative activity and helps with spatial skills. So if you have a work space, maybe an indigo designer radiator will help you work more effectively.
Purple and Violet
Purple and violet designer radiators. The difference between violet and purple is that violet appears in the visible light spectrum, or rainbow, whereas purple is simply a mix of red and blue. Violet has the highest vibration in the visible spectrum. While the violet is not quite as intense as purple, its essence is similar. Generally the names are interchangeable and the meaning of the colours is similar. Both contain the energy and strength of red with the spirituality and integrity of blue. This is the union of body and soul creating a balance between our physical and our spiritual energies.
The colour turquoise radiates the peace, calm and tranquility of blue, the balance and growth of green with the uplifting energy of yellow. Choose a designer radiator in this colour if you want one which recharges your spirits during times of mental stress and tiredness, alleviating feelings of loneliness.
The colour grey is an unemotional, solid and stable, creating a sense of calm and composure, relief from a chaotic world. A grey designer radiator is subdued, quiet and reserved. It does not stimulate, energise, rejuvenate or excite. Probably better used in a more corporate setting.