Through The Looking Grass: Is Your Garden REALLY Green?

Through The Looking Grass: Is Your Garden REALLY Green?

One thing that sets our superb range of artificial grass apart from the rest is the depth and colour offered by each type. By using three or more colours in the piles, we ensure that every option, from our Summer Lawn to our
Prestige Lawn, looks vibrant, pristine and natural.

Nature isn’t flat or monochrome; it is multi-tonal and interesting to look at, thanks to the colourful array on offer. That is what makes it so enjoyable and easy on the eyes.

Throughout the UK though, and across the world, there are many people whose eyes don’t see things the same way as the majority. Colour blindness doesn’t mean that you see in black and white, but rather that there are colours missing, replaced with shades of green and brown.

Now, you might be thinking that’s fine if you have evergreen artificial grass, but even a lush green lawn can look a little different to those with any of the conditions listed below.

Instead of seeing a garden filled with colourful flowers and blossoms, trees and grass, people with colour blindness, or more accurately, colour deficiency will have their visual interpretation altered.

Read on to see what colour your grass would be if you had colour blindness.
 
Your grass will be ORANGE with…

Protanomaly: This is the reduction of sensitivity to red, typically they will confuse the following:

1. Black with many shades of red
2. Dark brown with dark green, dark orange and dark red
2. Some blues with some reds, purples and dark pinks
3. Mid-greens with some oranges.
 
Your grass will be YELLOW with…

Deuteranomaly: The most common form, this is a reduced sensitivity to green light, typical confusions are:

1. Mid-reds with mid-greens
2. Blue-greens with grey and mid-pinks
3. Bright greens with yellows
4. Pale pinks with light grey
5. Mid-reds with mid-brown
6. Light blues with lilac.

Your grass will be BLUE with…

Tritanomaly: The rarest form of colour blindness, this is a reduced sensitivity to blue light.

The most common colour confusions for tritanopes are:

1. Light blues with greys
2. Mid-greens with blues
3. Dark purples with black
4. Oranges with reds.

Imagine, a lush green lawn that isn’t green at all…

Luckily, with an artificial lawn from Artificial Lawn Company, not all of the pleasure is in the colours. Texture and feel are vital too, so why not indulge in a quality fake lawn?

Come rain, shine or colour blindness, you can enjoy a perfect lawn. Get in touch for more information.

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