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How the colours of your interiors affect your Mood?

by Zara Wilson Experienced Writer/ Marketer
It is said the choice of colours reflects the personality of the homeowner! But not just that it impacts the mood and thoughts also to some extent. Choosing the right colour for every room of your house can be a difficult choice as there are numerous varieties and shades to choose from. Hence you should have a solid knowledge of colours and how the colours of your interiors affect your mood. Here’s a run-through on colours from Asset Homes, reputed builders of flats in Kochi and flats in Trivandrum. 

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White
Often white colour is associated with cleanliness which can lead to a clear and organized thinking. People like staying in a neat and organised place and using white colour on the walls helps you to relax and be at peace.

Black 
A colour that exudes subtle elegance without being too conservative! Black is used to enhance the sophistication of different interiors and bring forth sophistication and mystery. Painting in black also provides a dark and deep feeling that builds a strong-willed atmosphere. 
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Red 
A warm colour that stimulates the body! Red in the interiors is said to elevate the heart rate, increase respiration & brain wave activity. The colour increases enthusiasm and raises the energy level in the room. So naturally you can expect more productivity. But decorating with red in the interiors is not preferred for people with high blood pressure, hypertension health issues as they may not feel comfortable with it.

Orange 
Modern interior designers use orange in their decoration themes as the colour stimulates energy levels & heal the lungs. Orange calls to mind feelings of excitement, enthusiasm, and warmth.

Yellow
Considered a warm colour, yellow is appreciated for being a memory stimulator. Yellow colour also raises blood pressure and pulse rate but not to the extreme level as red does. Mostly yellow is recommended for classrooms and workplaces to achieve alertness and focus you require for different activities.

Blue 
A relaxing colour Blue acts just opposite to red! It lowers blood pressure, heart rate and respiration. Blue interiors are said to be good for humid weathered places for a cooling effect.

Purple 
An elegant and stunning colour that is often linked with luxury. Purple colour is associated with inspiring interiors that often take a dreamy look! Lighter versions of purple can bring calmness just as in the case of blue interiors but not to the extent of a chill mood.

Selection of colours is a highly personal thing! Now that you know how the colour of your interiors affect your mood, decide on colours that suit your lifestyle best. You can now easily match every room’s colors to your personal desires. You are the one who has to live with it and your colour should suit your mood and thoughts. Book your home with Asset Homes, eminent builders of flats in Kochi and flats in Trivandrum and select from the best.


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About Zara Wilson Freshman   Experienced Writer/ Marketer

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Joined APSense since, November 14th, 2019, From Kochi, India.

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