I think blue is just what this architectural wood frame mirror needs. Blue is one of the most interesting hues of the color palette. It’s the number one color choice of all people and one of the most used in all cultures around the world. It’s the most used in country flags around the globe. It’s the most common used color in corporate identity. Everyone recognizes a dark blue suit as the standard for professional business attire. And blue jeans are worn all over the world. So why is it that we associate blue as a symbol of depression. Singing the blues or feeling blue just to name a few. But the meaning behind the color blue is quite the opposite. It is defined as conveying a sense of trust, loyalty, cleanliness and understanding. Maybe that’s why this architectural wood frame mirror appeals to me so much on this blue wall. I’m definitely not singing the blues when I look at it. But I’m not sure that Picasso would agree.
Architectural Wood Frame Mirror
The Blue Period is used to define the works of art produced by Pablo Picasso between 1901 and 1904. These paintings were somber, painted in monochromatic shades of blue and blue-green. They were inspired by Spain and painted in Barcelona and Paris. Surprisingly, he had difficulty selling them at the time. Now they are considered some of his most popular works of art. Just goes to show you that people do like the color blue. Regardless if it’s depressing or not. I think I’ll keep this mirror on the blue wall after all.