How color affects your baby
Newborns can only focus about eight to 12 inches from their face, and they see only black, white and gray. It's no coincidence that so many infant toys have graphic, black-and-white patterns. In four to six months, your baby's eye muscles have greatly improved and will be more sensitive to solid colors such as red, yellow, blue and green, so parents can choose more basic colors with high saturation to attract your baby's attention.
Psychological studies, first conducted by advertising firms, suggest that colors can influence mood and behavior, stimulate the brain and body, and even affect your little one's health. It was found that: a child who grew up in a colorful environment has a higher ability to observe, think and remember than a child who grew up in a dull color environment.
Different colors will have different effects. For example, warm colors (red, yellow, orange, etc.) have the effect of inspiring spirit, which makes people think actively, react quickly, and increase their vitality. Colder colors (green, blue, blue, etc.) make the whole scenery more calming and relaxing. Therefore, you can use the colder colors as the main color of the bedroom; while the game room and restaurant are mainly based on warm colors, which can improve the vitality of the child and increase appetite.