Which Colours To Decorate With And Where πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ’œπŸ’šβ€οΈ by Natalie Campbell - Musely
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Which Colours To Decorate With And Where πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ’œπŸ’šβ€οΈ

posted in Home & Garden > Decor
  • Red ❀️

    Red is usually associated with danger, passion, energy, warmth and adventure.

    Red is best for dining rooms as it promotes sociable and lively feelings.

    However, it can be overpowering and lead to headaches.
    Either vary the shade or paint one wall red and the others a more natural colour. Red is a nice colour to use on accessories such as lamp shades and pictures/picture frames but never use it in a baby's room πŸ‘Ά

    Amount of sleep the average person gets sleeping in a red room : 6 hours 58 minutes βœ‹

  • Pink πŸŽ€πŸ’—

    Pink is associated with love and is quite a girly colour

    Pink is best for bedrooms as it can be peaceful and restful .

    However it can be seen as a girly colour so never use in a boys bedroom

  • Orange πŸ‘˜πŸ”₯

    Orange is associated with warmth and reassurance.

    This colour is best used in dining and living rooms.

    However it makes the room look smaller so make sure a lot of light can reach the room and it is not used in a dark room at the back of your house.

    Amount of sleep for the average person sleeping in and orange bedroom : 7hours 28 minutes πŸ‘Œ

  • Green πŸ’š

    Associated with nature and energy

    Best in bedrooms and living rooms.

    Too much green is thought to make people too laid back but I say you can never be too laid back. If you feel this way, and red or orange accessories around to counteract these feelings.

    On average sleeping in a green room gives people round about 7 hours 36 minutes of sleep at nightπŸ‘

  • Blue πŸ’™πŸ’ŽπŸ’§

    Associated with calming and soothing. It promotes intellectual thought and is believed to keep hunger at bay.

    Blue is best for bedrooms , bathrooms and studies.

    Sometimes it can look cold and unwelcoming. Make sure it doesn't look too chilly by choosing a blue with a warm undertone. (Blue is also believed to prevent nightmares)

    On average sleeping in a blue room will give you 7hours 52 minutes of sleep a night πŸ‘

  • Yellow πŸ’›πŸ‘‘βœ¨

    Yellow is associated with sunshine and energy.

    Best for kitchens, dining rooms or North facing rooms.

    It is not the best colour to chose in your bedroom because it is thought to enhance feelings of emotional distress.

    However it seems to increase the duration of sleep with 7hours 40 minutes per night πŸ‘

  • Purple πŸ’œ

    Purple is associated with creativity and joy but also magic,evil,death and sex.

    Purple is best for bedrooms.

    However it can be a little overpowering.

    Average amount of sleep the average person gets sleeping in a purple coloured room : 5 hours 56 minutes (the least even though it is best for bedrooms)

  • Brown πŸ‘žπŸ’ΌπŸ’©

    Associated with security and stability

    Best for living rooms.

    It is best to introduce a livelier colour such as green or blue.

    Amount of sleep the average person gets sleeping in a brown room : 6hours 5 minutes πŸ‘Ž


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