The Colors and Their Meanings

Do Colors Really Have Meanings?

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Colors are undoubtedly one of life's indispensable parts. It is frightening to even imagine that the world is black and white or one color. Do the colors appeal only to the eye or do they have other effects? The answer to this question is undoubtedly "yes". Indeed, colors have other characteristics besides being a "color" in our lives. For example, while a warm color like red can raise your pulse; blue, one of the coolest colors, can give you calmness. A room painted in white color may look wider than it is painted in other colors. In other words, colors have effects on human psychology and perception. However, some different meanings can be given to the colors in different cultures. Yes, the colors mean what they carry, and in almost all worlds the meanings of colors are close to each other, but sometimes different countries give the same color and the even opposite meanings. For example; Black color is prevalent in funeral ceremonies, especially in western countries, because it generally conjures up black color in the world. But Japanese wear white at funerals. Well, if we leave these exceptions on the edge; what are the meanings of colors? For the answer visit next pages.

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