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When selecting a scheme colour for a particular room it is important to think about the overall feeling a particular colour will give your space. This article gives you an understanding of how colour psychology plays a role in the home.
Many parents of teenagers will have no doubt had a conversation regarding changing the pleasant paint scheme in a room to a different, more ‘dramatic’ choice. “Mum, can I paint my bedroom Black?” Often the answers will be something along the lines of: It’s too dark for a bedroom, too gloomy or too depressing. Another example is red, often perceived as angry or aggressive but sometimes as fiery and passionate. Colours have a non verbal language, one we all intuitively know how to speak.
The Language – Learn more about what each colour says with our handy colour psychology guide….