The Little Book of Colour: Unlocking the Secrets of color Psychology

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The Little Book of Colour

Publisher Penguin Life (August 29, 2019)
Language English
Hardcover 272 pages

Dive into the intriguing world of color psychology with Karen Haller‘s bestselling “The Little Book of Colour”. Designed for anyone keen on understanding the deeper nuances of color. This captivating guide simplifies the complex world of color theory. Karen Haller, with her rich experience as a color consultant, offers a blend of historical insights, practical advice, and transformative exercises.

Every chapter unfolds the emotional and practical implications of each shade of color. Supported by real-life examples and case studies, this book helps you understand the power of color in fashion, interiors, and branding. The added exercises and quizzes guide you into understanding your personal color palette and its impact on your life.

And if the author’s vast experience isn’t convincing enough, the foreword by the renowned color expert Lee Eiseman adds an extra layer of authenticity. Choose your format – hardcover, paperback, or e-book – and embark on a colorful journey of self-discovery and creativity.

What’s Inside?

Imagine a world where the colors around you play a pivotal role in shaping your emotions, boosting your motivation, and influencing your actions. This isn’t mere fantasy. As Haller illustrates, color holds the power to transform your life.

Drawing from her extensive career, Haller shares insights into how the hues we surround ourselves with can affect our mood, decisions, and overall outlook on life. Whether you’re planning to repaint your living room, or just curious about the red dress that always lifts your spirits, this book serves as a practical tool and an endless source of inspiration.

The Little Book of Colour is unique in its blend of science, psychology, and the emotional impact of colors. It’s not just about aesthetics—it’s about rediscovering the innate joy and benefits that come from understanding and harnessing the power of color.

Why Read It?

  • Expertise Meets Passion: Karen Haller’s extensive experience is evident on every page. But it’s her genuine love for color that makes this book resonate deeply with readers.
  • Practical Applications: From home décor to personal fashion, Haller offers actionable advice on how to harness the benefits of color in daily life.
  • A Journey of Discovery: More than just a guide, this book is an invitation to embark on a personal journey of color discovery. It challenges readers to view their surroundings with a fresh, more color perspective.

Bring more color to your life. Experience the transformative power of color through the eyes of an expert. Dive into “The Little Book of Color” today.

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What The Reviews Say About The Little Book of Colour

The "Little Book of Colour" has garnered a wide range of feedback from readers. Many praise it for its well-researched and enlightening insights into the world and its relationship with color. Described as a veritable goldmine, the book not only explores the intricate ties between our lives and colors. It also delves deep into non-verbal communication styles centered around hues. Its pages are replete with fascinating tidbits and knowledge. For many, this brought a fresh perspective on how we view the world.
However, not all reviews are in unanimous praise. Some readers found areas where the book could use more depth and elaboration, particularly in its discussion of human nature and its connection with specific colors. Additionally, concerns have been raised about certain claims made in the book about color perception. The lack of sources to back those up makes some wonder about the accuracy of them. Readers seeking rigorous scientific information on color psychology or perception may need to supplement this book with further research.
On a more practical note, professionals in fields such as interior design have found the book to be an invaluable tool. Its approachable and easy-to-understand style makes it a readily available reference for those in need of advice on color.
In sum, while "The Little Book of Colour" offers plenty of insights for color enthusiasts, the lack of sources to support some of the scientific claims has led some readers to question their authenticity.

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