|| Room Colour Psychology ||⁠

Your bedroom is your safe heaven, your escape, your oasis. So make sure you have it decorated the way you want, and that includes, your walls! Paint can make or break a room, so make sure your bedroom colours match the mood you're trying to set. ⁠

A neutral paint palette is always safe, because it is so easy to change your accent colours. If your mood is always changing, I definitely recommend going this route. ⁠

If you love bold, red or yellow would be great colours for you, but using muted colours or an accent wall instead of entirely red room would be your best bet. Bold can very quickly start taking over your room. ⁠

If you're like me, and you want a relaxing room, you'll want to opt for soft, soothing colours. A few that come to mind are lavender, soft green or pale blue. Purples and blues are said to be stress-reducing shades, and while the deeper tones can be intense and turn into a bold colour, a muted amethyst or powder blue will keep everything feeling cool and calm. ⁠

Do you have any preferences when it comes to bedroom colours? I'd love to know why!

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