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Popular Room Colours and their corresponding Moods for your Stay



Do you want your bedroom to give off a romantic feeling? Do you want it to resemble a quiet and soothing oasis? Since we, as humans, are used to responding to colours with our hearts rather than our heads, the colours you choose for your home’s furnishings, walls, accessories, etc. This is the key to getting the best possible feel for your dream home irrespective of the room you’re decorating.

different room colours and moods

Before we take a look at four of the most popular colours and the moods they represent, let’s take a look at a few of the methods you could use to try and find the best colours for your home:

  • You could look at a few crayons and try to figure out which ones you like the most.
  • Go to a clothing store and take a look at the displays. Which colours attract you the most? Have a look at your closet and you will probably notice a palette of colours which you like. The same colours which represent your favourite clothes can be used for your home too.
  • For kids’ rooms, let your kids choose from among some colourfully wrapped candy. The candy wrappers they love the most are the ones you should use for their room.
  • Take a walk in nature and look at the flowers, the bugs, the trees, butterflies, etc. You can find some of the prettiest colors in nature.
  • You could also go into a grocery store and check out the product aisle. Which colors do you find most enticing?
  • And lastly, you could obviously visit a paint store and look at sample paint strips.

room colours for home and travel rooms

Now, let’s take a look at four of the most popular colours and what they represent:

  • Green: This is a color which is supposed to balance, normalise and refresh. It encourages emotional growth. It’s the ideal color choice for private retreats or bedrooms. It can help restore a depleted spirit in no time.
  • Black: This color encourages independence, strengthens and authorises. It’s a neutral color. It’s excellent to use for bringing together various colours or rooms.
  • White: This color enlivens every other color around it. It can unify and purify. It’s very good for displaying color furnishings or artwork.
  • Yellow: This is a cheerful color to say the least. It’s great if you want to get those creative juices flowing. It’s the perfect choice for kitchens and home offices.

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