I’m feeling the Monday Blues but am sure this pair of vintage cut crystal chandeliers can lift my spirits. The backdrop might be a blue wall but these chandeliers are feeling anything but blue. Depending on what part of the world you live the color blue will have a different meaning. In America, the English language often refers to blue as the human emotion of sadness. How many times do you hear the question feeling blue today? But in the world of color psychology the color blue means quite the opposite. Interesting contradiction.
Vintage Cut Crystal Chandeliers
In psychology, the color blue is represented as one of trust, responsibility, honesty and loyalty. It is sincere, reserved and quiet. Doesn’t sound sad to me. Blue exhibits an inner security and confidence. You can rely on it to take control and do the right thing in difficult times. Not sad at all. Blue has a need for order and direction in life, including both at home and work. It is idealistic with enhanced self expression and inspires higher ideals. I don’t see sad. Blue’s wisdom comes from a higher level of intelligence, more of a spiritual perspective. No sadness. Overall, blue is a color that seeks peace and tranquility above everything else while promoting both physical and mental relaxation. Definitely not sad. If this if feeling blue, please sign me up. Bring on the Monday Blues.