Photo courtesy of The Paint Quality Institute

When painting your home, take cues from color psychology

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Color: Pink
While Zimmer doesn’t think that red doesn’t work for many rooms in the home, she says that pink — a very light tint of red — is one of the most calming colors, and is a fine choice for a baby’s room.
  • Ceilings: soft hues delicate and comfortable.
  • Walls: complementary to skin tones when soft or pale. Dramatic when highly saturated and vivid tones are used.
  • Floors: for select and special spaces.
Pink bedroom photo courtesy of The Paint Quality Institute
Pink bedroom photo courtesy of The Paint Quality Institute
Color psychology: red | pink | orange | yellow | green | blue | purple | black | white | grey | brown



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