Colour is a powerful nonverbal communication tool and is used to generate emotional and even physiological responses. The study of what those responses might be is called colour psychology.

As the kitchen is the core and communal hub of the home, applying colour psychology to this area can set the tone for the rest of your spaces. It’s essential to think about your kitchen’s functionality, but how you colour it can give a distinct personality that works cyclically to provide you with specific emotions too.

Keep reading our guide into colour psychology in the kitchen.