Many people believe that painting the walls of your home is merely a matter of aesthetics. However, it can go much further than simply what is pleasing to the eye. Being able to utilize colors to create and enhance desired moods can also be achieved. It is believed that “color psychology” can have a profound and dramatic effect on you and your family’s emotional well-being.

Encourage warmth and connections with others

You don’t need to display interesting or thought-provoking art pieces in places like your living room or foyer in order to get people talking. There are more subtle ways to stimulate conversation. Using warm tones, such as yellows, reds, or oranges, as well as earthy tones like brown and beige, can also work to get the words flowing.

Feast your eyes as you prepare to feed your stomach.

Get hungry and excited about what you’re whipping up in the kitchen. By using colors such as red or yellow, you can help to stimulate appetite. Just be careful if you’re watching your weight or dieting, as it is believed that red can actually, if only subtly, prompt you to eat more. Red can also be a great choice for dining rooms, as well. For some reason, red dining rooms may have people thinking you’re actually a better cook.

Relax in the calm that is your sanctuary.

Bedrooms are where we will typically go to unwind and relax as well as where we sleep. You want your bedroom to be calming. Cool colors, like lavenders, greens, and blues, are great color options to achieve this desired effect. Need a more pronounced calming effect? Darker hues.

Productivity is the perfect management of time, and time is money.

Green is agreed to be a terrific pick for home offices. It is associated with concentration. Being able to concentrate can make you more productive, and being productive can translate into dollars and cents.

Your trusted local contractor, Ross Brothers, with 27 years of experience, can help you to achieve whatever mood (or moods) you desire in your home. Contact us today at 954-281-4099 in Broward County or 561-203-3399 in Palm Beach County.

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