Choosing Your Paint Colors
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Green promotes balance, harmony, love, communication, social skills, nature, and acceptance. Green works well in bedrooms, common areas, and the work place. Workers in green environments have less sick days.
Purple and pink stimulate imagination, intuition, meditation, artistic qualities, and knowledge. It is luxurious and romantic. It works well in girls' rooms because it promotes calmness and warmth.
Blue increases calmness, improves health, creates emotional depth, love, kindness, inner peace, dependability, and strength. Blue works well in offices because people are more productive in blue rooms. Most men prefer blue.
Black implies authority, power, stability, strength, and creates strong emotions. Black is great for accent walls and to showcase something. Too much black can be overwhelming in small or dark spaces. Ample lighting is important when using this bold color.
White stands for purity, simplicity, and innocence. It can make a room feel empty and a small room appear larger. White can make a space appear larger but empty and cold. Houses with white walls do not sell well.
Brown is reliable, earthy, warm, comforting, secure, natural, and sophisticated. Brown works well in almost any room and gives a feeling of calm. Guests will feel comfortable and approachable in a sitting area that is a neutral brown.
Orange stimulates creativity, productivity, pleasure, optimism, enthusiasm, emotional expression, friendliness, and confidence. Orange draws attention and is great for entryways and accent walls.
Red increases physical energy, endurance, stability, passion, youthfulness, and spontaneity. It is bold, exiting, and increases appetite. Red works well in dining rooms and is not good for children’s’ rooms and classrooms.