It’s that time of year again! The leaves are changing and the children have gone back to school. The fall season got us to reminiscing about the colors of our youth. Remember walking into an elementary school classroom and seeing bright, happy colors everywehre you looked? Those colors are there for a reason – to enhance the creative processes of young minds.
As an adult, colorful interiors are usually less abundant in our lives, even though colors have the same effect on adults as they do on children. The start of the school year inspired us to explore how a simple change of color could impact our daily lives. Here’s what we discovered:
Bright colors are known to spark energy and creativity and are highly recommended for learning or working environments. Yellow stimulates optimism, hope, and balance, while red triggers the pituitary and adrenal glands, making aspects of our lives more exciting!
Our recommendation: High Plains/Pecos Sunset is a beautiful gradient of red and orange that makes a statement without overpowering the room. Check it out here.
Our recommendation: Watercolor Wrap/Lilac sends a soothing vibe that is subtle yet complimentary to many other colors. Check it out here.
Our recommendation: Amici Border/Semolina is a warmer selection that still has a lot of energy, perfect for providing that extra boost. Check it out here.
Whether you’re a student, teacher, parent, or someone just in need of a little inspiration, try swapping out for these colors and see the difference it makes on your life.