SHOP THE LOOK: THE MAGIC & PSYCHOLOGY OF USING COLOUR IN YOUR SPACE
02. April 2020
Colour pairings can have a significant impact on mood, ambiance and how much your furniture stands out in your space. Below you will find a helpful breakdown of what feelings certain colours can evoke when used in the home or office.
Pink can have a calming effect on the nerves and helps relieve feelings of anger, aggression and neglect. Lighter pinks are great for childrens’ rooms and promote feelings of love, and playfulness.
Orange is a very exciting colour that brings a burst of energy and enthusiasm. It’s a great colour to exercise around, but not so good for living rooms or bedrooms where we want to wind down
White rooms give an automatic feel of cleanliness and purity. The colour white itself stands for protection, innocence and goodness, to name a few.
While many people link red to romance and roses, it is also linked to hostility and rage. Red is known to raise blood pressure, heart beat and irritability.
Green is a great colour for your home office as it symbolizes prosperity & helps to reduce anxiety. For those who love the outdoors, it also gives an outdoorsy, natural feel.
Blue is a very calming colour that can make you feel centred, relaxed and serene. It is known to help lower blood pressure, clear the mind and help steady one’s breathing.
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