Interior Designers Call These The Best Relaxed Paint Colors
Imagine you had a meagre amount of productive day at work and you are driving back home finally, to relax on the couch with a cup of coffee. But traffic seemed to have caught you in the middle of the road. There you see the stress and anxiety levels go up! Now all you wait for is reach home and get to your room to calm yourself; for your room is your comfort place. But did you just put in a lot of efforts in adding elements to your interiors and did not think of other aspects?
I know when it comes to interiors, we tend to focus on aesthetics. But what we miss out on is the effect of interior designs on our mind. Yeah! The designs, paint colors, and decor materials you use in your rooms give in much to your emotions and thinking. The colors of the wall contribute to your life a little more than you think. Let me guide here with some of the best-relaxed paints that professional designers accept from across the world.
If freshness and simplicity appeal to you, then what is a better option than painting the rooms in white! Painting the rooms white can be a little tricky as you may not want to go too bright and give your rooms a hospital-like look. And going for a lighter shade may provide a dull look to the interiors. Anyways whites are interesting if teamed up with some refreshing interior decors and designs, for instance; a piece of art, a gallery wall or even some cool hangings.
If you ask me to name a color that brings calmness and a touch of tranquillity, then it is blue for sure. A stressful, weary day at work demands some relaxation and peace of mind. The blue color is an ideal color to give your interiors that soothing vibe. This color actually helps in sleeping faster and calm a wearied mind. If you ask me facts; then blue color produces chemicals in the human body that further brings calmness in mind and body.
Photo by Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Yellow is my happy color! And yellow color does indeed have that stimulating effect that gives away all the warmth and energetic feels. If you are looking to add rays of sunshine and brighten up your interiors, yellow will be the color for you. Opting yellow from the color wheel can be a bold choice, but experimenting with it can give you a versatile look.
Did we just link the color “pink” with a relaxing paint color? Oh yes, sure we did! When you think of pink, you don’t consider it as a calming color, for as much it is bright and vibrant. Painting the rooms with a light shade of pink, such as; pastel pink, mauve, and coral, are great options! Pink adds a bit of romance and beauty to the rooms.
These were some of the primary colors that you can explore and experiment with the interiors and designs to give a relaxed touch to your furnished homes.
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