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Winter Colors must be in your Decor

Professionals who work with the image, and especially interior decorators know that there is a science of color.

The colors influence our emotions, our feelings and are able to change our moods. There are even alternative therapies that use this situation as color therapy, to assist in their treatment.

What does this have to do with the winter colors? Temperatures also affect our personality and mood. In most often negatively.

Apparently, cold cuts us and makes us sedentary, and that time alone leads us to reflect on our life very pessimistic way.

So today, our proposal for winter colors will be twofold: first, crossing the colors traditionally used in places with hostile climates, and on the other, do a "color therapy against the effects of winter." Do you like?

If you're looking for a winter color to cover one or more of your walls, either with paint or wallpaper, you should focus on warm colors. And do not forget white: this color, while recalling the snow, combine perfectly with the warm. Besides white you can afford beige, cream and bone. Brown and chocolates are also a good choice. To contrast a bit with these colors, you can add details to a cute red tone or incorporate an original tone rose quartz. This color combine perfectly with the warm brown. In the room of a teenager, you can put wallpaper with Victorian or floral motifs that combine these two colors.

As for emotions, see the colors that are used to combat depression and sadness, for inclusion in our winter project as a great wallpaper that protect us from negativity during the cold season.

The best advice is to administer doses of color. For example, colors like red, yellow and orange convey positive feelings, action, joy and vitality, but it is advisable to put details in contrast with the colors of big surfaces. For example, if the wall is beige, red cushions placed or made in shapes and details wall decals. For this you can choose from models available in our store, or order a particular reason that you like.

Lighting is also important. While low intensity is cozy and nice place to rest, you can also negatively affect your mood. Ideally, have two lamps: a generally more intense and clear, and a smaller, soft and warm, which can also serve as a decorative element if comes as a stylish floor lamp.

Avoid placing large areas of black or gray. You can incorporate in small doses by figures in wall decals, or preferably corrugated thin lines.

Whatever method you choose, be sure to decorate this winter your home to your liking so you can enjoy it to the fullest.


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