How Paint Colours Can Improve Your Wellbeing

Paint colours may seem fairly insignificant for anything other than aesthetics at first glance. However, colour psychology can have a big impact on your daily life and wellbeing. You should choose paint colours based on how you want to feel in different rooms of your home. You may want to feel energised and creative in the kitchen but relaxed in the bathroom and bedroom. The colour of your space should promote different emotions and help you to feel truly at home.

Here are a few ways colour psychology can improve your wellbeing.

Relax And Calm

Blues, greens, and neutral tones have a calming effect on most individuals. Cooler tones are perfect for the bedroom and bathroom, where you go to chill out and wind down. In the bedroom, deep blues and greens can remind you of natural landscapes like the ocean, sky, and forest. Nature has a positive effect on our mental health and can help to recentre our minds. Perhaps paint your bedroom in a deep teal tone and pair it with lots of plants and soft textures.

White is a popular choice for bathrooms because it looks clean and fresh. However, the bathroom is also a place to rejuvenate and relax. You could incorporate a few colourful tones with blue tiles or plants.


The kitchen is a place to host, cook and meal plan. Try painting your kitchen in purple, yellow or white for an inspirational and creative room. Kitchen paint should bring out your creative side while also being durable and easy to clean. The practical side of paint is just as important as the colour.

Give You Energy

Some rooms of the house are dedicated to socialising and creating. Red, orange, and yellow hues can give you a new lease of life and stimulate conversation. Yellow can either bring a joyful tone to a room or look garish and too bold. It’s important to trial a few different sample shades of yellow in your space and see which one works the best. Remember, natural light can change the undertones of certain paint colours in different rooms.

Red is a great option for dining rooms. It brings warmth, connection and encourages people to socialise together. It can make you feel energetic and ready to engage in an exciting conversation.

Happiness And Contentedness

Your happy colour is a personal preference. For some people, a bright blue makes them feel comfortable and reminds them of a sunny summer day. Others prefer a neutral home that calms their work stress and anxiety. It’s important to come home to a cheerful and cosy space that gives you a feeling of content.

If you feel unhappy with your wellbeing and home interior, a fresh lick of paint could make all the difference.

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