Roses are red, airline seats are blue, a color specialist explains why to you.
The experts at Color Psychology stated the reasons have to do with peace, and thus calm.
Blue is a colour that suggests peace - it’s the colour of the calm sea and the clear sky, both of which are linked to inner serenity, calm and clarity.
Blue is also shown to slow heart rate and breathing, so it can be a good colour to aid in meditation or relaxation
I wouldn't know. I don't fly unless I can upgrade to first class.
I mean, who sits "back there?"
Blue is a color which establishes trust, and a feeling of home.
The idea is to give airplanes a more residential feeling, with relaxing colours and restful designs.