Colours are a part of everyday life. It can give others information about your personality. It affects your mood one way or the other. Therefore, choosing the right colour combination is very important. In fact, colour has the power to change the shape and size of furnishings, as well as the shape and size of the room itself.
COLOURS: THE BASICS
Each colour has a psychological value. Certain colours affect your feelings, from tranquility to rage. They act in three basic ways: active, passive and neutral. You can easily match every room’s colour to your personal desires, to your taste and to the room’s purpose. Light colours are expansive and airy, making rooms seem larger and brighter. Dark colours are sophisticated and warm, they give large rooms a more intimate appearance. Now let’s explore the different colours and their effects:
1. It raises energy levels - pushing adrenaline up
2. It raises blood pressure and speed respiration and heart rate. It is too stimulating for bedrooms
1. Reflects sunshine and happiness. It is good for kitchens, dinning rooms and bathrooms
2. Studies show that people are more likely to lose their temper In a yellow interior. This colour also tend to create feelings of frustrations and anger
1. It brings down blood pressure and slow respiration and heart rate
2. It is calming, relaxing and serene, and its often recommended for bedrooms and bathrooms. However, dark blue has the opposite effect, evoking feelings of sadness
1. It has soothing effect, reliefs stress and inviting.
2. It is a great choice for the bedroom
1. It is associated with luxury and creativity. Lighter versions of purple, such as lavender and lilac, bring the same restful quality to bedrooms as blue does, but without the risk of feeling chilly.
1. It evokes excitement and enthusiasm
2. It is ideal for an exercise room
1. It can make some people feel irritable. Since it invokes feelings of rage and hostility, this colour should be avoided as the main colour in a room
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