3 Primary Effects of Color on Your Mood

In 1666, Sir Isaac Newton discovered how light passing through a prism creates different colors, and we have been studying the effects of those colors on human beings ever since. With a sustainable line of all natural alpaca blankets inspired and hand made in basin of the Andes Mountain, we hope to help you make steps each day toward your peace each day. 

Red is an intense color of passion. It is often associated with love and comfort. Surrounding yourself with luxurious shades of red embedded into natural alpaca fur will prove all the solace you need to be at peace. 

Blue is the color of serenity. Feelings of calmness are often evoke by the color blue, and it has been associated with productivity. Those who surround themselves in shades of blue often accomplish more than the contrary. 

Green is the most naturally associated color of our blankets. Since it is the closest related to nature, green is often said to be related to the fresh, restfulness of the great outdoors. Green aids in becoming internally peaceful, and it is also associated with relieving anxiety.