9/30/20

The Most Calming Color Palettes

Home is a haven for us more than ever before. Really, it’s our refuge against all the craziness happening out in the world. To make the most of your oasis, use these colors to create serene rooms that will destress your family and help you stay cool, calm, and collected.

ICY BLUE

In color psychology, a grayed blue creates a feeling of harmony, peace, and calm in people who view it. Mix in a quiet gray color and you have an icy combo that will chill any bad vibes.

GRAPHITE

Gray symbolizes neutrality and balance – and it’s a color that everyone loves. This mid-gray creates a seamless sightline from the room to the lake beyond, designed to soothe away our clients’ cares.

LINEN

Shades of white gives us a feeling of softness and tranquility – perfect for a family room that doubles as a family oasis. Color psychology also shows that this color makes us think of innocence and sincerity, so it’s great hue for making you feel better about the world.

OCEAN

The perfect mixture of blue and green, this color evokes the sea and the sky. Being near water is proven to lower blood pressure, so creating this “watery” mood was our way of bring that outdoor setting inside.

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CAROB

Brown is an earthy color that represents security, comfort, and a down-to-earth quality. Creating a room around this color helps it become cozy and almost intimate – the perfect hideaway from the world.

DAFFODIL

In color psychology, yellow speaks to optimism, happiness, and positivity – and couldn’t we all use more of that? Using pale yellow in a room is almost guaranteed to make you smile, so we added this uplifting color to our client’s family room to keep their spirits high.

Need to create an oasis in your home? Contact us for a free consulting call here!

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