Psychology of Color & Shapes: How changing your ambiance can help you achieve your goals

Updated: Jun 9, 2020

Bedroom VS. Workplace

There should be a big difference in visual harmony between the place where you typically get work done VS. the place you sleep. How our brain works, it typically takes us 15 or more minutes to fully be alert; I know for some of us it can take much longer. For this purpose, I find it's best to wake up in a calm surrounding - this way you're giving your brain time to get on board and catch up. The same feeling you want to get to be able to fall asleep should be the same feeling you wake up with.

Colors like white and yellow can generate thoughts of positivity and feel light and airy. These are great colors to wake up to if you have a busy day ahead of you, which most of us usually do. They are able to absorb rapid thoughts and are good in neutralizing your emotions or even bring you calmness/happiness.

Moving onto your work area, whether it be in your room or somewhere else in your home. This area can have bold colors or accents. Red is a great color to get alert, but too much of it can overwhelm you and cause you to shut down.


Colors can change your emotions in a positive or negative way.

How to choose the right color for your space.

Yellow - Optimism & Creativity

Red - Excitement & Action

Blue - Calmness & Serenity

White - Clarity & Safety

Black - Power & Sophistication

Green - Nature & Growth

Orange - Fun & Happiness

Purple - Royalty & Mystery

Brown - Grounded & Down to earth



How shapes come into play

-shapes can make you stay sharp or have you relaxed



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