Brown Color Psychology

Brown Color Psychology
When thinking of color, you may think of a broad spectrum of light with different wavelengths. You may believe that the light’s sole responsibility is to make our world much brighter. While this is partially the case, colors have a much more impact on our lives than we have led…

Cognac Color

Cognac Color
The color cognac is named after the French variety of brandy. Like its namesake it is often associated with luxury, wealth, and stateliness. Additionally, as with the drink, the color cognac is a neutral, earthy color composed of various shades of red and brown. As such, it can be combined…

Burnt Sienna

Burnt Sienna
Long before humans discovered other ways of creating paints, stains, and dyes, they were able to produce pigments from dried, powdered clay soils. This practice is so ancient that both early modern humans and Neanderthals engaged in it with some indications of use as far back as 200,000 years ago.…