Bedroom. Published at Friday, September 16th 2016, 14:46:49 PM by Nynette Lesage.
Many has told me that colours are actually a way to tell what kind of person you are. I do not know whether this statement is true or right, but that is what I get from reading many articles in the web. Colour plays an important part in setting your mood, and that is why some people would often have different colours for different room. In this article, I am going to talk about what kind of bedroom colour you should have. Bedroom is the place where you spend half of your live (unless you rarely sleep, of course) so you should find the perfect shade of colour for your bedroom. Choice of colours are, of course, a subjective opinion. Many would probably disagree with my colour choice, but I will try to give you a little psychological explanation on my colour of choice.
For starters, I will start with the colour blue, especially the one that is muted. I never know the reason, but a researcher (there is a friend of mine who researched sleeping people, I am not kidding) has told me that the colour blue is very successful in keeping you asleep. Many people slept for 8 hours when they sleep in blue coloured room, so there is that. All the experiments with different bedroom colour were all conducted in a lightless room, by the way.
The colour that came as the runner up is the colour purple. Clocking the time of 6 hours, the colour purple should be your second choice if you prefer purple to blue. The other of colour that you can choose are green, yellow, and greyish silver. The three colours that I have mentioned clocked a 5 hours of sleep time, and 5 hours is the minimum time for an adult’s sleeping time (I recommend not to use the three colours mentioned for children’s bedroom though, because children needs more than 5 hours of sleep each day).
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