According to Ann Pailthorp: "There is nothing more exciting in interior design than walking into a home and finding that the mood feels just as warm and welcoming as the homeowner’s smile or just as stylish and edgy as their fashionable wardrobe. When someone’s home is a visual extension of their personality it makes their home much more exciting to explore and infinitely more inviting."
That is why we have put together three different colors for you to enjoy and explore more in depth!
PSYCOLORGY 101: YELLOW
Sunshine. Daisies. Sweet lemony pie. All cheerful images we usually associate with the warmth of yellow. And yet, studies show that babies cry more often in yellow nurseries and that married couples argue most inside kitchens painted in, you guessed it, the “happiest” color.
PSYCOLORGY 101: RED
Red stimulates our brain’s pleasure center, enhancing glandular activity and urging us to not only savor our food but lose track of time while we enjoy it. The color d’amour actually does all sorts of wondrous things to our bodies. It raises blood pressure and heart rate, heightens our senses and evokes strong emotions (which is why red-hot passion only comes in one color).
PSYCOLORGY 101: BLUE
Color therapy suggests that blue evokes clarity and increased intuition. We know we can trust and depend on people in blue uniforms. Also said to reduce blood pressure, slow respiration and decrease heart rate, the serenity of blue is commonly used in hospitals and health centers to promote relaxation and healing for body and mind..