Color Psychology for Interior Design

What makes a home look happy or sad?

Although paint color does not absolutely tune the mood of a home, it is one of the biggest factors for evoking such mood or feeling. Room color can make a room look dull and boring. It can set a calming or homey feel and yes, it can even help achieve a lively and spirited look and feel.

A handy color psychology lesson teaches us that dark and dull paint colors can easily invoke gloom or boredom, while bright and vibrant colors work well to set a fun and energetic mood. For this reason, it is important to choose the right color theme for your interiors. 


Colors are a useful tool to stir up mood or set the feeling inside a room, and you don’t want to mess around the occupant’s mood with a wrong choice of color. For each room of the house you might want to evoke a particular mood: be it relaxing and calming, or fun and cheerful. Colors come in handy when you want to change the look and feel of your home.

To help you out in choosing the perfect color theme for your home, Lugbill Designs gives you this infographic to learn how colors affect moods and some quick tips that will teach you the proper ways to mix and match colors.



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