Whether you’ve realized it or not, the colors we surround ourselves with have an impact on the way in which we perceive the world. Colors such as greens and yellows bring life to a space, while blues and beiges wrap the room in tranquility. Proper lighting, an array of succulents, and comfortable furniture make for a more inviting atmosphere that will in turn create a positive frame of mind.
#1: Sunny Scullery
If you’ve been trying to convince yourself to cook more but can’t seem to take the pizza place down the street off of speed dial, do not fret. The yellow of this cabinetry will call you to the kitchen, rather than to the takeout box. It seems to whisper, “Hello. Let’s make a meal together.”
#2 A Hint of Lime
The subtle green decor of this living room adds a bit of spice to the ashen tones that fill the rest of the room.
#3 Inhale, Exhale
The open floor plan of this kitchen gives you space to move around, dance a little, laugh a little, cook a little. The greenery on the counter adds a delicate homely touch.
It may not seem as though there is a lot going on here, but do not be fooled. Simplicity stimulates serenity and a greater sense of patience. Waking up in a bedroom like this will generate positive energy, leaving you more likely to have a satisfying day.
The repose brought on by the beige focus in this room is counterbalanced by the floor-to-ceiling window frame, which lets plenty of light and energy into the room.
#6 Focal Point
The light fixture really ties this particular room together and creates a charming and appealing space for dinner parties with friends or relatives.
#7 Wave of Calm
The cool blue of this home office will keep you relaxed as you work to meet those deadlines.
Too much yellow can be dangerous, but just the right amount can set a room apart and give your life that touch of radiance that you felt it needed.
#9 The Greenhouse Effect
Plants are said to boost your mood, so a plethora of succulents can do nothing but give off pleasant vibes.
#10 Final Score: Doors 1, Windows 8
The abundance of windows in this room allows you to become one with nature without ever having to leave your living room.
#11 Grandma’s House
The soft blue tones of this room create a warm and cozy environment. If you’re ever in need of a little consolation, this room will feel like you’re walking right into your grandma’s living room every time.
#12 December 21st
The placement of these light fixtures warm the room and perfectly accentuate the beige tones that adorn the walls. This design keeps the comfort of wintertime around all year long.
#13 Green Thumb
This mixture of both green, yellow, and brown hues form the perfect sanctuary for a Sunday afternoon spent indoors.
#14 Best of Both Worlds
This designs makes use of the minimalism of white as well as the vitality that yellow has to offer.
#15 White Walls
The browns in the furniture and wall ornaments keep these white walls from feeling dreary and cold. This rustic look will always call you home.
#16 What Dreams are Made of
If a home theatre has always been a dream for you, try using cooler tones rather than the usual more somber colors. It will keep your friends begging you to host movie night every single week.
#17 Blue is the Color
Here, blue can be found in a variety of different patterns, making this patio both collected but ever so slightly offbeat. Just like you.
#18 High Tea
The touch of color in just the right places in this room make for a warm living area that is just perfect for tea time.
#19 Wake up, Wake up, Get out of Bed
The key to a happy life is a good night’s sleep. It won’t matter what side of the bed you wake up on in this delightful little space.
#20 Winner Takes All
Last but not least, this room ties together proper lighting, mood boosting colors, succulents… the works. Try to be down in the dumps in this room. It won’t be easy.