Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly

Colour YOUR HOME

COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY AND YOUR SPACE

There’s so much more to colour than just aesthetic appeal. Aesthetics are important, but it’s also imperative to consider how the colour palette you choose for your kitchen or bathroom could affect your mood, your mental and physical state, the success of your chosen design style, and the overall ambience of your space.

The concept of a colour affecting one’s mood to the extent that it’s capable of changing behaviour might seem a little strange, but it is a common occurrence. Research has shown that warm colours can create an environment of stimulation, and can also increase one’s appetite,

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