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Colour Coded

The meaning or emotional insinuation of a colour could affect your choice when deciding on the perfect floral arrangements and trailing plants for your business environment. We’ve created this quick guide to help you out!

Black: The negative imagery conjured up by the colour black can be offset by its use as a label of wealth and elegance. When used alongside other colours, black can help to create a bold statement of opulence.

White: The association of the colour white with purity and freshness makes it an excellent addition to floral arrangements and decorations that wish to promote a sense of goodness and trust.

Red: The colour of warning can also be the colour of power and strength. Accent important points or areas with red decorations.

Yellow: To the human eye yellow is the brightest colour. Warm and inviting, yellow decoration encourages fun, creativity and cheer (great in a creative arts office!).

Orange: As a mix of red and yellow, orange signifies warmth and contentment. It can make a great alternative to yellow, particularly against white (yellow can be tough to spot).

Blue: Cool, calm, creative and intelligent. Various shades of blue are popular amongst corporate facilities, airlines, schools etc thanks to their connotations with intellectual calmness.

Green: Trailing plants would look odd in any other colour! Green is the colour of nature, growth and health. Many medical facilities use artificial greenery, green logos, and green furniture to encourage the health of patients.

Purple: The colour of all things quirky and unique!

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