Let's talk color therapy.

This week, in light of BAUX releasing their new sample kits, we are talking about color and its effect on our environments. DE can attest to what a change in environment can do –– we've just started working out of Second Home in Hollywood, and wow! There are a lot of different shades of yellow and green, and we're feeling energized, relaxed, and ready to bring you some badass content. (Seeing humans at a healthy social distance isn't hurting either. 😉) Scroll on to learn which colors do what, and to see some lovely images of BAUX sample kits and Debbie Bean's recent creations.
The only appropriate word to describe these new sample kits is DOPE. 

This palette is called 'Heat of the sun.' Reds tend to create excitement and have been shown to raise blood pressure. So, maybe not the best color for a conference room lol. We usually want to take a nap after lunch - how about the cafeteria?
Palette: Earth and mountain

These earthy tones and oranges evoke excitement, enthusiasm, and can be energizing. Where do you think these colors would best be used in a workspace or hospitality project? Let us know what you think!
Palette: Woods

Did you know that green is considered one of the most restful colors for the eye? We like the idea of having this color near desking units, what with all of that staring at computers.
Here's an install at a MullenLowe Group office in London designed by Studio Octopi. We always love to see BAUX used on the ceiling!
Palette: Sky in the sea

These BAUX 
blues are calming and relaxing, and tend to lower blood pressure. Seems like the perfect palette to use in a wellness room...
Palette: Clouds

Light colors can be expansive and airy, making rooms seem larger and brighter, while dark colors are sophisticated and warm. Are you feeling expansive or sophisticated today?
Debbie Bean is the dessert of our post this week - sometimes we really do save the best for last. How beautiful is this Debbie Bean original constructed from vintage stained glass?! Wouldn't your clients love to tell that story to their clients?

FYI, a spell was cast on you when you read this. In the next 30 days, you'll be contacting us with dimensions and a color palette and asking for BAUX panels, and for Debbie Bean to create a custom piece made from vintage glass for your next install. And then we'll all live happily ever after!

No, we are not above using magic.  😂 Until next time!
"I just love bossy women. I could be around them all day. To me, bossy is not a pejorative term at all. It means somebody's passionate and engaged and ambitious and doesn't mind leading." ~ Amy Poehler

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