Glitzy accents have been trending big this last year in interior design. This shimmering shade gives a space a luxe look and communicates a feeling of wealth and prestige. Gold is a more masculine metallic (vs. a more feminine silver) and can work well in shared spaces for both sexes.
This sassy color can immediately elevate a room's energy and can revitalize you when you're feeling run down. It can also make you feel assertive. Use it in a parlor to stimulate post-dinner party conversations. This hot hue can also increase passion and might help you learn a trick or two in the bedroom.
Feminine and romantic, pink has a sweet quality about it that is reminiscent of pleasant childhood memories. Softer shades have a sense of innocence, while deeper, brighter hues can promote positive energy. Pink is also associated with nurturing. Pairing it with a neutral like taupe will keep it from being overly sweet.
The color orange is the happy love child of similar energetic hues, red and yellow. The warm shade promotes positivity, socializing and playfulness. Kids respond really well to orange, and it's a popular choice for playrooms and bedrooms. This stimulating shade also works well as an office accent color.
Hey there, sunshine, did you know that yellow is known to energize and lighten up your mood? Not so mellow yellows can be a bit overwhelming and could even evoke a feeling of anxiety, so use this color sparingly to get the energizing benefits without getting overwhelmed.
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