Today’s Solutions: June 13, 2024

When you walk through your home, what are the main colors you see? Is it a blend of more monotonous colors such as beige, grey, and white—or is it an extravaganza of colorful flare? As it turns out, the colors that make up the interior design of your home matter. In fact, research shows that these colors are related to your well-being, affecting your mood, energy levels, and overall choices. How a color affects your mood is personal, but decades of color psychology have found some general consensus about certain colors. For instance, a lucid shade of pink known as “Baker-Miller Pink” has been shown to reduce aggression and violent behaviors. Meanwhile and greens are known to act like sedatives, or even be hypnotic. If you’re looking for a way to bring some more joy to your home, try experimenting with a little more color.

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