According to Lorna McAleer (interiors expert at Style Studio) these are the 5 Best colors to boost your mood and create a happy home environment.
The first color is Yellow, it is the most uplifting. This is an upbeat and friendly color, for happiness and sunlight. This color is reported to release serotonin (neurotransmitter chemical which contributes to a feeling of well-being). This is why scientifically it is Best color to lift spirits.
Yellow can help stimulate creativity (either light to bold yellow). Lorna suggests using it in bedrooms and bathrooms. (I like the idea of a sunroom)
Note: Yellow can be overpowering, try to have yellow against a gray backdrop.
This year Pantone has named Greenery as it's color of year. It is claimed that it's calming connotations will help give you contentment.
So according to Lorna: Green is the second color. Lorna says "Green mimics nature in it's softer forms, green is a soothing shade that helps with concentration and relaxation. Bolder greens are sign for "GO" it can have a galvanizing effect".
Using green in the home can have a grounding effect that connects you to the outdoors. The Correct green will will make a room feel like it connects seamlessly to outside the window.
Note: You can mix or match different shades of Green by getting your inspiration from the garden.
Here at Best Painting Inc. our estimator can help you with deciding the right shades for your home. We want what's BEST for you.
Make sure to come back next week to see the calming, serene, warmth, sensitivity, bold and confident colors.
Remember here at Best Painting Inc. we like to use the BEST products. You can choose your favorite, Whether it is @Sherwinn Williams, @Dunn-Edwards, @Benjamin Moore, @Behr or @ScuffMaster it is your choice. You could always purchase the paint yourself and just have us apply it.
Come back next week for the other 3 mood boosting colors.
Have the Best week
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The founder of Best Painting Inc. started residential / commercial painting with his brother. After moving to California, the founder continued residential / commercial painting and came back to Albuquerque in 1988. He continued painting until he started his own company in 1992.