When you paint the walls in your home with a distinct color. You create the emotion and set the feeling of your home. In more than one way you dictate the emotional impact of your home for yourself, friends and family.
It is subliminal and subtle, but it can change the way your visitor looks at your home. For example, all successful businesses realized the long time ago the importance of colors in how it affects customer’s behavior. Online websites spend a significant amount of time in choosing the right colors to peak visitors interest in their product or service.
If that is the case, why then not pay close attention to colors in your house? Colors speak volumes about your personality, and what you are trying to convey to anyone who visits your home.
It is complex, but once you get it. You will notice a tremendous shift in how you are perceived. It would not be an exaggeration, colors can give life, and can take it. So be careful when choosing the paint color for your new home, or if you want to overhaul your current home design.
Creating the Mood
Color helps you create the mood you want. You can use colors to express influence and authority. Alternatively, perhaps you like to make it brighter and cheerier. Maybe, hot, cold, or warm. Your imagination is the limit.
Technology continues to change everything in our lives. You now can create a new color; you have thousands of colors to choose from depending on your purposes. Take advantage of that because there’s no real reason why you should not.
What Colors to Choose?
When it comes to picking up colors, it is all up to you. However, you do want to choose a dominant color for furniture, and work your way up from there, avoiding darker colors is best if you are too sensitive, you probably are, subconsciously. Dark colors tend to make rooms look small; you would do well to mix and match colors together, to create a rich harmony for the eyes.
Brighter colors are not all right either. They key here is to complement each color so they shine together, leaving no room for guessing, every item in your décor must and should work together. If you desire a more acceptable “user experience.”
Combine colors and see what your eyes prefer. Scatter and reorder. The right formula is out there. Do not forget to ask your trusted friends about their opinions too. And above all, keeping a clean and orderly environment makes colors pop even more.
Did you know that some colors are easier to clean than others, some colors can “hide” dirt for longer than others? Take care when choosing carpets, curtains, small pieces of furniture, all of this contribute to actually saving you money in the long run.
Last but not Least
Do you know that expensive vase your mother-in-law gave you as a wedding gift? Of course, you have valuable items you want to show, contrasting and toning helps certain pieces stands out than others. Give it a try!