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What Your Paint Colors Say

Photo by Roselyn Tirado on Unsplash.
Photo by Roselyn Tirado on Unsplash.

If you are planning on changing your wall colors, then read this before taking the trip to the paint store. Different colors convey different senses of style and moods in our house. The last thing you want to do is choose a color that conjures a negative feeling in you and your guests. While some paint choices are great for most rooms, others have specific things they bring to the table that won't work in every space.

Paint Colors That Say The Most

Want to bring a soothing and serene feeling to a space? Pink may be the color you're looking for. Pink is often not used because it's conceived as overly feminine, but as long as you avoid "hot pink" or "neon pink" then that shouldn't be a problem. Using a light shade of pink in a busy space, like your home office, can help keep you calm when life gets hectic. Shades of green also have a calming effect. Unlike pink, green can be used in most spaces and makes a great alternative.

Studies show that the color blue makes people feel protected. This makes blue the perfect color for bedrooms and guest rooms. Blue is calming in a way that invites comfort and sleep. On the contrary, a bright shade of red can wake up and energize a space. Therefore, reds are great for work out spaces, like home gyms. Red shades can also boost physical performance, which makes a red accent wall an excellent choice for dinning rooms. Red dinning rooms can liven up dinner parties or get you going in the morning while you're eating breakfast.

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