Color Your Home, Change Your Mood
August 20, 2014 admin 1 Comment
“Color is the spice of life,” says interior designer Mario Buatta. “It’s a mood-changer. You change the color from room to room to create a new mood.”
This statement epitomizes the impact color has on our emotional wellbeing and points to the importance of surrounding ourselves with home décor that encourages positivity.
Many people view their homes as sanctuaries. What do you consider your home? Does your interior design reflect the mood you want to set when in this unique environment?
If you want your home to be a sanctuary, it begins with incorporating colors that can influence your mood and the moods of others.
In a recent AOL.com article, top designers offer advice on color schemes that enhance mood. Here is what some experts are saying:
BUNNY WILLIAMS – DEFY TRENDS
“It’s important to choose colors that are easy to live with, which means ignoring trends. What’s timeless is to invent your own color schemes.”
MILES REDD – BE BOLD
“I love disparate rich colors paired next to each other—like taxicab and indigo. The tension that they make on the color wheel is dazzling. Each color makes the other more vibrant than when they stand alone.”
KELLY WEARSTLER – GENDER EQUALITY
“Pink-and-black is confident and chic. I always love to play up the sexy tension between masculine and feminine elements in design.”
STEVEN GAMBLER – ALL EYES ON THE KITCHEN
“Kitchens now act as a part of a house’s public space… It’s important that the kitchen feel as warm and friendly as a sitting room.”
TIMOTHY CORRIGAN – GREEN HARMONY
“I find it important to create homes that serve as our places of sanctuary from the outside world, so I often use green in a prominent role. It’s a color that represents harmony and balance, and you can’t help but feel a little bit calmer after spending time in a room surrounded by green.
Do you view your home as a sanctuary? If so, what colors do you use to highlight the essence of this matchless location?
After reviewing the philosophies of famous designers, it clear to see that beautiful homes come in all sorts of color schemes. As a personal oasis, your home ought to reflect your character and surround you with colors that encourage you and lift your mood.
Color is a powerful tool that can influence mood. When it is applied to the right location, it can have a positive influence on you.
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