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Paint Colour Science: How Colours Affect Your Kids’ Behaviours

on October 3, 2017

When remodelling your kids’ room, it is a good idea to paint the walls your kids’ favourite colours.

Now this might sound a bit obvious to you (parents) because it’s the kids’ room and everything in that room is only supposed to relate to their interests including paint colours. Seeing their favourite colours on the walls kids would naturally feel good just as they do when they see their favourite bottle, favourite toy or favourite shoes.

Paint for Kids

But there’s much more to paint colours of the child’s room than aesthetic appeal that you need to know.

Kids are as sensitive to colours as adults. The colour on the walls of your kids’ room can make them feel sad, happy, inspired, depressed, excited and more.

Let’s get into details to understand how different colours can affect your child’s moods and behaviours in distinct ways.

WARM TONES

  • RED

Being highly emotive, red excites the mind and energies the body while increasing heart and breathing rates. However, too much of red can leave your child more aggressive and less focused.

  • YELLOW

Bright and warm in nature, yellow is associated with the feelings of ecstasy, happiness and celebration. While soft subtle shades help encourage concentration, brighter tones are helpful in enhancing memory and improving metabolism.

  • PINK

Typically incorporated for girls, pink can evoke the sense of femineity empathy and compassion. However, little one get easily get over this colour over time and may feel agitated and anxious.

  • ORANGE

Often overlooked, orange is a warm, youthful, welcoming and friendly colour that can be used in a child’s room to encourage confidence, independence and affability.

COOL TONES

  • PURPLE

This colour denotes prosperity, spirituality, creativity, passion and wisdom. Purple combines the vibrancy of red and stability of blue and often helps inspire a sense of compassion in children.

  • GREEN

Green colour symbolises natures and is associated with healing, health and well-being. It helps reduce anxiety and promote serenity and concentration.

  • BLUE

Blue colour has the exact opposite effect of red, which is decreasing the feeling of aggression and anxiety while lowering blood pressure and heart rates and promoting a calm and soothing mind.

Colours can influence your child’s mind and moods. Picking out the right paint colour for your little one is important to ensure a positive aura and some good memories in your little one’s life.

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