Moksha uses a lot of brown – all the shades of Brown — Light Brown, Dark brown, Tan, Ivory and Beige. It probably has to do with the preferred fabric in Moksha which is Tussur and absorbs the brown dye quite happily!
Brown is a serious, down-to-earth colour signifying stability, structure and support.
Brown is sensual, sensitive and warm, engulfing one in a feeling of calmness and comfort.
It is a practical and sensible colour which implies common sense. It hides the dirt!
The colour brown is associated with wholesome, natural and organic produce and anything related to the great outdoors and Nature.
Some browns can show a degree of sophistication or elegance, depending on other colors associated with the brown. For example, brown with a soft white or ivory can appear stylish and classy.
Brown is a predominant colour on the planet, along with green. Brown is comforting and stabilizing, while green is balancing and rejuvenating, just what we all need to help us deal with the stresses of modern life.