Whether you realize it or not, colors affect your mood, attitude, state of mind, and even your stress levels. Color influences your emotions, so it’s no surprise that choosing the right colors for your bedroom and your bedding will likely affect how well you sleep.
Ultra Violet communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future. Enigmatic purples have also long been symbolic of counterculture, unconventionality, and artistic brilliance.
Gray is the color of calm and composure, a respite from the chaos. Gray is neither black nor white, but as gray gets closer to black it becomes more mysterious and dramatic. As gray nears the white end of the spectrum, it becomes more lively and revealing.
Caribbean colors can liven up your sleep space. If you are feeling stressed decorate your room in vibrant hues that take you away to a Caribbean dreamland. Yellow captures the joy of sunshine and embraces happiness. Meadowlark Yellow can help you feel happy and free as you drift off to dreamland.
Coral Reef, a bright blend of pink and orange evokes excitement, enthusiasm, and energy. Adding a vibrant hue like this to your sleep space can revitalize the whole room, adding a dramatic touch of passion.
Green stimulates images of freshness, good health, vigor, and flourishing, live greenery. But did you know that green also has a calming effect when used as a central color for decorating? Green is a stress reliever and helps you to relax and get the healthy sleep you need to feel your best.
Blue is associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, and is considered beneficial to the mind and body. Blue is said to slow the human metabolism and produce a calming effect.
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