Great colour schemes for your home
Colour gives your home personality, it’s one of the single most effective ways to make your house feel like a home.
Colour throughout your home’s interiors whether splashed across your walls or dotted throughout your homewares and decor can create interest in certain areas and help encourage a flow from room to room.
Colours have a way of impacting how we feel, for example, reds will bring richness and a feeling of warmth and luxury, while cooler blues and greens can be soothing and induce a sense of calm.
So before you get out the rollers and brushes, it helps to understand how colours work together and the ways in which they can be combined to achieve the effect you want.
Purple and green
The eye-catching combination of royalty and vegetation can steal anyone’s gaze. Simplicity at its best.
While purple is associated with luxury and royalty, there is an even more intriguing hidden psychological effect that few people know about. It is believed to help infertility, thus the best choice for a bedroom.
Green symbolizes harmony and has a soothing effect. Blue can be used as an alternative for green. It also has a calming effect that soothes the mind.
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Orange and Brown
The magic to a rumbling stomach happens in the kitchen, so how about orange and brown with a splash of white?
Orange is stimulating with an energizing effect. White, on the other hand, being a neutral colour combines well with other colours. It can be used to reduce the aggression of orange by giving your space a calming effect.
Apart from being used on the ceiling, it can also be used on countertops and cupboards.
Brown walls bring out the contrast between it and the other colours, it is an earthy colour that makes for a good background.
The kitchen often thought of as the heart of the home, the kitchen should feel like a place for happiness and sharing, whether you’re sharing the last slice of cake, or the story of your day while propped up on the kitchen bench.
To help encourage this feeling, yellow as the ideal shade for this space.
“Yellow brings about optimism and hope, so letting it into your kitchen creates happiness in the right balance.”
This doesn’t mean painting all four walls a brilliant shade of yellow, but rather considering incorporating bright pops in your appliances or even through countertop blooms.
Pink and blue
These are some of the colours that you can incorporate in kid’s bedrooms.
Pin and blue colours are known for creating a calming effect on people. This is why most pediatric wards and rooms are embracing the use of these two colours.
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