Red Room or Blue Room with a Blue Painting?

What color most improves brain performance and creativity?
Choose what it's right to you.

RED:
Red boosted performance on detail-oriented tasks such as memory retrieval and proofreading by as much as 31 per cent compared to blue.
Many newsroom walls at The New York Times are bright tomato-soup red. The newspaper’s facilities department says there are no blue rooms in the place. [from NYTimes]
Red can make people’s work more accurate.


BLUE:
For a Creativity boost, go hang out in a blue room.
Blue room is also for a brainstorming session for a new product or coming up with a new solution for something...

Blue wall with blue painting is a winner!


red and the blue paintings above by R Marinho from regiaart.com

Read more about this new University of British Columbia colors study here and here.

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regiaart@gmail.com
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