Try adding some cheer to your home in the form of a new paint job this winter by using tones that have been proven to be "happy" colours. Don't let the cold winter months in Calgary get you down - fight back with some zest and variety in your home colours by painting with the recommended colours below.
Pick up your mood by adding some turquoise to a room in your home. This is a happy colour that will add a type of European and chic flair that will flatter almost any décor. The deep saturation and intensity of the colour will help cheer you up on even the dullest days.
Although common, white is a cheery and light colour they can give any home a sort of buoyancy. This may be one of the colours you'll want to avoid, however, if you have young children and just know that there is absolutely no chance of the walls remaining pure white.
This colour is found in homes across Scandinavia and for good reason. Lavender is one of the best colours for reflecting light, which is exactly what you'll need during the dark winter months. It can also be added to other colours to provide additional richness and depth.
Green has long been a comforting colour with a nature aspect to it. When you choose a soft green it will change colours by day and night with a yellow glow appearing when the sun is shining in during the daytime and a blue hue arriving once the sun has set. It's a happy colour that reminds most people of the soothing greenery found outside in nature.
Although this is another one of the happy colours, you won't want to overdo it. One pink wall in a room is enough to provide an uplifting environment. You may even find that you look younger when sitting or standing in front of this vibrant youthful colour.
Gear up for winter by giving your home an exciting glow with uplifting colours. Not only will you be able to enjoy the satisfaction of a new paint job but you'll be able to come home to colours that will make you happy!
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