Like every year, does autumn depress you, dotted with dark and short days? Enhance your daily life by adopting cheerful paint colors in your rooms that can lift your spirits in the blink of an eye. Yes, but what are they? Read on to learn about each of the 7 positive paint colors that will make you happy.
Decoration: what colors to choose to be happy?
Although it may seem surprising, the color of the decoration of a house can have both positive and negative repercussions on the mood of its occupants. Therefore, certain colors are known to have a favorable impact on emotions by making you happier. Find out which ones!
Unsurprisingly, yellow is a dynamic and uplifting color, perfect for warding off pain and combating moments of depression. A vector of positive energy, it is also synonymous with joy and enthusiasm and is suitable for rooms/active areas of the house (entrance, kitchen, stairs, etc.).
This color evokes strength, motivation and energy. Friendly and energizing, it fits perfectly in rooms where movement is king, like yellow. Finally, if bright red seems too exciting, you can go to terracotta, which is much softer.
Halfway between yellow and red, orange also finds its place in decoration! Invigorating and vibrant, it is also a bold, warm and welcoming color that invites movement. However, like red, orange can be difficult to integrate into a room. Then it is advisable to move on to softer tones, such as terracotta, peach or amber.
In addition to being beneficial for mood, green also has great impacts on health, including heart and lung function. As a balanced and comforting color, its multiple shades are suitable for any room in the house.
A very classic color in interior decoration, blue has many benefits for mood and overall health. It is used in the field of chromotherapy to call for calm and serenity, it also has the effect of relieving pain and lowering blood pressure.
Inviting to travel, turquoise immerses the mind in distant lands and invites daydreaming. Exotic and bright, this shade is perfect for relaxing.
In direct connection with intuition and spirituality, purple promotes creativity and increases sensitivity. For this, it is used especially in offices or in artist studios.
In short, chromotherapy at home: it’s possible! Paint colors play an important role in our mood and our outlook on the world, proving that it is essential to feel good at home, in an interior that resembles us.