Color Theory for the Bedroom

The color of a room can change your entire perspective of the situation.  For example, doctor’s offices are typically blue to encourage calm and relaxing thoughts, while kitchens are often red to entice hunger or excitement.  The same ideal stands true for your bedroom.  Some people may want a yellow bedroom; however, yellow although typically encourages a happy connotation can bring on anxiety due to the over stimulation of that color.  Even white can create alternative reactions to how you and others perceive your room.  You may feel white is clean and fresh, while others feel it is boring and clinical.  Check out Dave Donovan’s “Color Theory for the Bedroom” to see why choosing color for your bedroom is one of the most important things to consider when designing your perfect bedroom.

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