Do you think you see colors differently?
Do you have any evidence that you see colors differently than other people (other than color-blindness)?
To some degree since we are individuals, I think that they only reason we see "Blue" is because whatever BluX is to us and whatever is BlXe to someone else are both referred to as Blue by the general population. This is also why dyslexics can read to some extent because lbue is recognizable to them as blue.
But complex colors may not be so clear cut. I know I identify some greyed colors as blue or green when other people tend to call them the opposite.
I also think that I see a lot of colors as "acidic" or "mucky" and they don't seem to have this negative connotations at all to other people. The house my sister recently bought, in my opinion, has been painted in a number of colors that I feel are "off" in an acidic or mucky sense. There may be nothing wrong with them but I think they are a near miss to something better. Of course with the synesthesia, I get a "bad taste" from some shades.
I picked out a color for one bathroom that was barely different than what was already there, but to me a vast improvement.
On the other hand though, some shade variations don't bug me at all, and "off" combinations I can deal with happily.
I also see colors that don't exist per se, particularly when looking at rugs. I don't match anything from the rug at all but see Impressions of colors in the rug that I may then use.