Did you know people having a blue bedroom get the best sleep compared to others? All colors have positive and negative impacts on the human brain. Blue is a color which gives a relaxing effect to the mind, ideal for bedrooms. Bright colors tend to freshen up the mood while dull colors make you feel very gloomy. A good home interior designer is aware which room should have which color.

Living Room Colors

At the entrance of the house, this room should be welcoming and lively. To spread warmth, happiness and love, this room should be full of bright colors.

A white ceiling would reflect light all over the room and give a perception of greater height.

Have your walls painted with the color in trend. Currently, grey is used in many homes instead of white. The color may be dull but it looks great when accessorized with bright colors.

Having fresh green plants and colorful flowers adds freshness to the atmosphere and also invites prosperity. Red or purple flowers are ideal. Red is a vibrant color that stimulates the mind, thus making you lively. Purple being a color of royalty adds to the elegance in your living room and a warm welcome for guests.

Tip: A touch of black close to the entrance can absorb negative energy, thus helping you maintain positive vibes in the house.

Colors for the Bedroom

A room to aid concentration for studies as well as get a good night’s sleep should have colors that relax the mind.

An ideal color for a bedroom is blue as it is the coolest color that relaxes the mind, aiding concentration and helping you sleep. However, if your room is too small or you’re prone to catching a cold too often, this color is not advisable. An alternative color to blue could be green. Being close to nature, this too soothes your mind.

A small kid’s room should be completely colorful. Since they need to play a lot and get a good sleep too, yellow is the ideal color for the walls. Yellow being a bright and warm color stimulates, creates a happy environment and at the same time relaxes the nerves, thus giving a good sleep.

Tip: Having a touch of brown in your room brings adds some richness and a sense of stability.

Dining Room Colors

We often tend to eat more outside in comparison to homemade food. Is the hunger arising only out of taste? Take a close look at the ambience of the cafe or restaurant where you eat the most. You will notice they have bright and warm colors, mostly a combination of red and yellow.

Red, yellow and orange are fun colors that increase our appetite. Having your dining room walls colored orange, peach or a light yellow would make your meal joyous and satisfying.

Tip: Even though red stimulates appetite, never color the walls dark red as it makes the environment stressful. If you like this color, you may have it present in small quantities.

Kitchen Colors

Considered to be the “heart of the home” by many, it needs to be the most comfortable space in the house. Since there is constant activity, the atmosphere has to be light and airy.

Having the walls completely white will reflect maximum light in the kitchen. Alternatively, you may have a light shade of yellow or green too.

Tip: Try to have the lightest colors in the kitchen as dark colors absorb light and heat, thus making it stuffy and hot.

In the end, your home should be having a combination of all colors but at the same time you should avoid an overdose of any color. An ideal home design will consist of light shades on the walls accessorized with different accent colors.