Red Paint Colors & It’s Affect on Mood Within Living Spaces
Every morning we wake up, our moods are affected by rest, health, sunlight, texture, and even color.
Most families are not aware of just how much interior paint colors affect our overall behavior and energy levels.
Studies prove that when our eyes are connected with color, there are chemicals released in our brains that directly affect mood.
This week we will give our professional opinion about which colors you should incorporate in which areas of your home and what feel these colors will ultimately create.
How The Color Red Effects Mood
Today’s color is red! Red is generally associated with passion, luxury, adventure, and energy. Red is a hot color that conjures images of fire and sometimes even rage.
However, red is said to generate conversation and appetite. So, where should red be placed within your interior painting scheme?
Red Color Placement
Red gives a strong first impression. Dining rooms, foyers, and living rooms are great places to implement the color red.
Red can be vibrant, provide energy, or like red wine; red can be a dark and rich color. One of our favorites is Red Barn by Sherwin-Williams.
It is said that red is the first color that the human eye identifies, making it one of the most intense colors known. Thematically most interior painting layouts would not incorporate reds in bedrooms or places of relaxation.