Colors can hold a lot of hidden significance from a decorating perspective. Red, for instance, is often used to stimulate hunger, blue is viewed as a calming color, and yellow is supposed to make us feel happier. Our tastes of these colours can show a lot about our own characters, especially when we use them to adorn the walls of our private sanctuary: our bedrooms. What color you paint your bedroom may show a lot about who you are, so can the shade, saturation, and brightness of each colour. |} What exactly does your bedroom color reveal about you?
We've enlisted Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute and author of publication Colors for Your Every Mood, to break things down to us, color by color.|}
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Colors of the purple family are often preferred by people that have a highly creative series, and Lilac lovers hope for uniqueness but lean into the more sentimental, softer side of purple.
"Blue lovers are totally devoted to the color. If deeper blues are the favorites, you would like the shades that feel like the descending twilight hours--quiet, calm and thoughtful."
"Lighter blues are constantly connected with the skies and water--clean, clear, open and expansive would describe the way that you like to feel on your environment." |}
"Teal blues have a bit more sophistication due to their depth. The man or woman who prefers this color likes the elegance [it], since it reveals personality elements that combine both green and blue traits."
"Red requires attention, and so does the lover of crimson. It is dynamic, impossible to dismiss, impulsive and extroverted--traits that could very well describe the person who is drawn to the intense and enthusiastic shade."
"Although pink is descended from the'mother color' of crimson, it is not as ardent and demanding attention and more inclined to love and tenderness--that the ideal description of a pink lover's proclivities."
"Green people love nature's most omnipresent and versatile shade. It is the best equalizer between cool and warm tones, and in the existence of green, they locate the balance they constantly strive for."
"The man or woman who prefers grey seeks safety and security by choosing this most neutral of colors. Gray doesn't need or always require the guarantee of enthusiasm, but does crave contentmentand stability."
"Orange lovers play and work hard, are adventurous and excited . In spite of the inherent energy in orange, the men and women who love this amiable shade are more pleasing than competitive."
"The lightest variation of beige, brown is imbued with a certain sense of substance and stability.
Beige lovers appreciate the subtlety of the color, enjoying the soft warmth. . .it imparts."