Interior / July 2, 2018 /
Natural lighting through windows has a very calming and peaceful effect on our moods and emotions whereas a lack of light and even poor artificial lighting can trigger depression. To improve your mood, maximize as much natural light from the sun as possible. If you have a room that does not allow for much natural light, if any, try using light fixtures with softer light bulbs to help. Or, use mirrors strategically to help reflect the natural light around the room.
Your home should be a place that your stress is relieved and not a place where it grows. The way you design your home is one of the biggest influencers. Coming home to an interior that is inviting and evokes positive moods is ultimately good for our general health and well being. The color of a room can influence your mood in more ways than you think. The psychology of color is something interior designers consider when determining the paint for a room. Color has the power to revitalize, to soothe, to inspire creativity and even to stimulate the appetite. You will instantly feel the energy created by a red dining room, as well as the calm evoked by a blue bedroom. Choosing the right color is crucial to setting the tone and purpose of a room.