Some research suggests that high-contrast colors, such as black and white, are more effective for newborns because their visual systems are not fully developed yet.
However, as babies grow and their vision develops, they will be able to perceive a wider range of colors and may enjoy more colorful and stimulating environments.
In general, it’s important to provide babies with a variety of colors, textures, and patterns in their environment to help support their visual and cognitive development.
However, it’s also important to create a balanced and calming environment that promotes rest and relaxation, especially when it comes to sleep environments.
Ultimately, the most important thing is to pay attention to your baby’s reactions and adjust the environment accordingly. If your baby seems uncomfortable or overstimulated in a brightly colored environment, it may be a sign to tone down the colors or reduce visual clutter.
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