What colour should you choose for your living room

Are you thinking of redecorating your living room space in your Gloucestershire Park Homes but are unsure what colour to choose? The colour that you pick for your walls not only needs to be one that you enjoy looking at and that is easy to maintain but also reflects your personality. There is an entire science behind colours and the feelings and emotions that they can evoke in an individual. Here we take a look at some of the choices you have.

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Red – being quite a bold colour red is often used as an accent wall in home decoration. It is the colour that is associated with our body and so it is unsurprising that it can produce some strong feelings. It is often chosen by people who are passionate and driven. Red can increase our heart rates and in the right shades it can be friendly and welcoming but it can also produce feelings of aggression and hostility so should be chosen carefully.

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Blue – being the colour of the mind it is often chosen by intellectuals and those who enjoy reading, learning and studying. It is a colour that affects us on a mental level rather than a physical level like the colour red. It can help with concentration, focus and productivity and produces feelings of tranquility and calm.

Green – is known as the colour of balance and has a neutral effect on our psychology. It is often chosen by people who are down to earth and practical and is associated with the feeling of dependability,relaxation and of those individuals who like to be social butterflies.

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