Five Colors to Use in Your Home for Ultimate Relaxation

Posted by Dwane Crews on Monday, August 12th, 2019 at 11:15am.

Five Colors to Use in Your Home for Ultimate Relaxation

After a long day at work, it’s so nice to unwind in a house that’s soothing. Does your home give you relaxing vibes or is it a source of stress? You can make your house relaxing by adding a few touches of certain colors. These are the colors to use for ultimate relaxation.

Tan 

This color is the epitome of warmth! This will make anyone feel all snug and cozy and it’s great for a living room. Don’t go overboard though (you don’t want your space to look like a khaki catalog). These are some of the most popular tan color schemes that may inspire you and your casa.

White

Believe it or not, white is a calm color. Although it may seem bland, there’s a reason that this color soothes us when we’re at home. According to Southern Living, this shade is great for an entryway or a kitchen because it “maximizes natural light and feels like a breath of fresh air.” They suggest picking a white that’s not too bright, though.

Lavender

Add pops of lavender to your bedroom to keep the vibes mellow. This is the perfect shade to add to a bedroom or bathroom if you’re not afraid of color. According to Mellowed, this color is a “creative stress-reducing” shade.

 Pale Blue

We don’t know what you’ve heard about shades of pale blue before but they definitely promote relaxation. Color Wheel Pro says blue is a great shade for the human body because it is “associated with health, healing, tranquility, understanding and softness.” This is another great color to add to your room or bathroom — somewhere you want to relax.

Pale Green

There must something to say about pale colors because pale green is another soothing color option. This makes you feel down to earth and Southern Living says it’s great to use on a wall color where you can add other neutral colors. 

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