What do you take into consideration when choosing colors for room? If the psychological and sensorial influence of colors has not yet been addressed, it is time to review their concepts. Planning the house from a decorative point of view is very important, but it also needs to be thought from the subjective needs of each person.
Yes, because for every emotion or sensation, there is a specific room color directly related. For those who need a little jerk at bedtime, they can count on the help of the blue color. For those who want only a good place to relax and rest, the option is to bet on the shades of green, and for those who prefer a mother's nest or that feeling of coziness, you can lean back in the shades of yellow.
Psychology explains that bedroom colors alter our sensory perception. The first to say this was the German Van Goethe in his work "Theory of Colors", published in 1810 and that even today has repercussions in the academic, scientific and philosophical. Goethe realized that bedroom colors caused sensations in our minds, confronting Isaac Newton who believed that colors were a purely physical phenomenon.
With Goethe's theory, a broad field of study on the influence of color has begun to emerge, and today it is possible to affirm, with scientific support, the way that room colors change the reality around us. It works more or less like this in our body: vision sends information to the brain, which in turn captures these stimuli and relates them to memory and patterns related to a certain color. For this reason, red refers us to heat, fire and energy, while green brings us the sense of balance found in the midst of nature.
Thus, the colors of each room of the house will awaken specific sensations and emotions. Keeping in mind this information it is easier to reach a consensus when choosing the color palette for room.
Keep following the post that we will explain the effect of each color to the room, the best combinations and, to complete, a beautiful selection of images for you to already feel in practice the sensations that each of them awakens. Ready for this immersion in the world of colors for rooms? So here we go:
Room colors: yellow
Yellow belongs to the primary and warm colors. It is the color symbol of creativity and intellect. Yellow is also related to joy and warmth, and they are even said to be able to eliminate tiredness, reduce nervous tension and relieve headaches. These characteristics put color as an excellent choice for rooms for children and teenagers in the process of learning or who need to stimulate brain functions. However, because of its stimulating power it is more suitable for use in isolated areas of the room, such as a single wall or in decorative objects.
When you combine it, you can choose your complementary color, blue. For softer combinations, choose neutral tones such as White , brown or beige. The black makes a strong and striking combination, careful not to promote an excess of stimuli with the pair. Check out some ideas about using yellow in rooms:
Picture 1 - Colors for room: in this example, a double room decorated with yellow and its complement the blue - to close the neutrality of white and gray.
Picture 2 - Colors for room: sober and closed yellow brings touch of color without exaggeration.
Picture 3 - Colors for room: even without textures, the children's room has gained a rustic appearance only by the use of colors.
Picture 4 - Want a cozy room? Bet on the yellow mix and wood.
Picture 5 - Colors for room: yellow awakening the creativity in this juvenile room.
Picture 6 - In the white and gray room, the touch of bright yellow brought joy to the environment.
Image 7 - Vivid color present only in objects allows to always vary the decoration of the room.
Picture 8 - Colors for room: no matter the tone of the yellow, it always guarantees feelings of warmth and joy.
Picture 9 - Colors for room: ideal combination between yellow and black.
Room colors: blue
O blue is the color of calm, peace and tranquility. It causes feelings of kindness, serenity and patience, and is very useful for eliminating negative energies from the environments. However, it is important to use it sparingly, as blue belongs to the cold-color family, and excessive use can lead to apathy, coldness, and depressed emotions. Blue is also considered the masculine color, being always associated with the genre.
Like yellow, the color can be inserted into the room in small amounts or in larger areas. Analyze the feeling you want to arouse. The complementary color of blue is yellow. For softer combinations, bet on neutral tones, such as gray and white. Check out the pictures below and see how the blue was used in the decoration of the rooms:
Picture 10 - Room Colors: Heavenly blue brings color and life to the neutral base room.
Picture 11 - Mix of blue tones from the coldest to the hottest.
Picture 12 - Colors for room: blue and white decoration refers to the nautical style.
Picture 13 - Room Colors: Closed blue, known as Prussian, decorates the entire room bringing elegance and sophistication.
Picture 14 - Colors for room: decorate the room of children and young people with blue to awaken the calm and the tranquility.
Picture 15 - Room colors: blue and gray is the ideal combination for those looking for a sober and sophisticated decoration.
Picture 16 - Room colors: wooden objects help to leave the environment more welcoming.
Picture 17 - Colors for bedroom: navy blue wall forms the bedside of the couple's bed.
Picture 18 - Colors for sober and classy rooms, bet in the most closed shades of blue and gray.
Room colors: green
O green is the blend of blue and yellow. The warmest tones of green have more yellow, the tones more closed and cold of green take more blue in the composition. This mixture causes the green to carry in itself some of the characteristics of each color that composes it. However, it has its own characteristics and very important in the world of colors.
Green is the color of balance. In color therapy, the color is the only one that has no contraindications and is recommended for cases of insomnia, nervous excitement, high blood pressure and headaches. The color is sedative, hypnotic and helps reduce fatigue. Green is also considered the color of hope and fertility.
In decoration, green can be combined with its complementary color, red. See the pictures below for some suggestions on how to use color in rooms:
Picture 19 - In this room, the dark green was used on the wall of the headboard.
Picture 20 - Colors for room: balance and relaxation for children's room.
Picture 21 - Colors for room: Olive's warmest tone brings warmth to the couple's bedroom.
Picture 22 - Colors for room: moss green for a more sober and full of seriousness.
Image 23 - Green: the color of life contrasts with white and gray neutrality.
Picture 24 - Colors for room: to get closer to nature bet on the mix between green and wood.
Picture 25 - Rustic room bet in the tone of green to symbolize the nature.
Picture 26 - Colors for blue and green room: a classic combination, sober and clean.
Picture 27 - Colors for room: for infanto juveniles rooms bet on the more citric and warm shades of green.
Room colors: pink
O rose is the color that expresses romanticism, love and delicacy. Color is also preferred to represent the feminine, so much so that it is often related to products, services and campaigns aimed at women. Pink is also very useful for causing feelings of motivation, affection and relaxation.
Color is the mixture between red and white, so its complement is green, but it is also very common to see it being used with blue, especially in Provencal style decorations or based on the palette of pastel tones.
The pink and white decoration is valid if the intention is to show romanticism and delicacy. But if the proposal is to take a feminine side stronger and more lively, opt for the combination of pink and black. Already to get away from the question of genders, use the color in objects and decorative pieces, instead of painting the room with her. Check out a few ways to enter the color in the room decor:
Picture 28 - Pink and gray for a noble and elegant room.
Picture 29 - Hot pink tone emphasizing the warm feeling brought by the wood.
Picture 30 - Pure romanticism this room decorated in soft pink and white.
Picture 31 - Juvenile bedroom in burnt pink and blue.
Picture 32 - Pink, black and gold for a room full of personality.
Picture 33 - Blue and pink: a charming combination there.
Picture 34 - Rosa yes, but nothing of mimimi.
Picture 35 - Pink brings joy to the neutral combination.
Picture 36 - Instead of one, why not use several shades of pink?
Room Colors: Purple
Purple , violet, purple, lilac. There are several tones, but what they have in common are the sensations aroused. Purple conveys nobility, spirituality, magic, mysticism and power. Yes, she is strong and not for anyone. It needs personality and style to face color. And one thing is undeniable: either you love it or hate it.
Purple is a secondary color resulting from the union between blue and red. When decorating, the color can be used next to the green, its complementary color, creating extravagant combinations and full of daring. If you prefer to stay in the field of sobriety, bet on the color combination with light neutral tones such as white and gray. The combination with black has a religious aspect, so analyze well before opting for this pair. Curious to see the color in action? So check out some rooms decorated with it.
Picture 37 - Room colors: closer to red, this shade of purple helps to make the room more cozy.
Picture 38 - Colors for room: two shades of contrasting purple in this room.
Picture 39 - Room colors with white, purple and wood: a balanced combination.
Picture 40 - Colors for room: purple for a sober and sophisticated room.
Image 41 - Gradient of shades of purple.
Picture 42 - White room, purple bed.
Picture 43 - In this room, the lavender tone on the wall resembles a soft blue.
Picture 44 - Color for children's room: purple just to relax.
Picture 45 - Youth room in shades of pink, purple and blue.
Room colors: red
The color of passion. Who does not know this reference linked to color red ? Know that this is the warmest color there is, symbol of eroticism, excitement and sensuality. Red is also the color of fire and vitality. However, so much energy ends up triggering negative sensations. The color has the ability to raise blood frequency, blood pressure, increase breathing and cause excessive stimulation.
Be careful not to overload the room with it. If you want to create a larger area with color, choose the more closed tones. However, the recommendation is to use it in small doses. The complementary color of red is green. Check out the following pictures how to use the red in the room decoration without missing a beat:
Picture 46 - Color for children's room: red burned to the wall of the children's room.
Picture 47 - The color of passion in the room of the couple.
Image 48 - A warm combination: red and yellow.
Picture 49 - Colors for double room: red in the details.
Picture 50 - Colors for room: black and red exude personality.
Picture 51 - Colors for bedroom: be careful not to tire the view.
Image 52 - Room of primary colors.
Picture 53 - Room colors to break the ice.
Picture 54 - You like the color, but are you afraid to use it? Choose the tones most closed.
Room colors: orange
Orange is the color of enthusiasm, dynamism, optimism, youth, warmth and summer. Color is the mixture of two other warm colors: yellow and red. Its indications are very similar to yellow.
In decoration, orange can be combined with its complementary color, blue. See the pictures below for some suggestions on how to use color in rooms:
Picture 55 - Colors for a room full of life.
Picture 56 - Colors for room: in the details, the mix of orange and brown.
Image 57 - Juvenile nursery rooms benefit from the cheerful vibrancy of color.
Image 58 - Peach colored wall: a soft orange to warm the room.
Image 59 - For the office, the more closed orange tone brings vitality without losing the typical seriousness of the place.
Image 60 - Orange birds rejoice the couple's bedroom.
Picture 61 - Colors for room: a hint of how to use the orange color and its complement.
Picture 62 - Room colors: soft orange tones leave the decor delicate and welcoming.
Picture 63 - Colors for room: dark orange composing the details of this room.