Worst colours to paint your house

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Paint is one of the most versatile aspects of interior home decoration. A simple change of colour in your home can change your whole outlook on life. Colour research tells us some colours to avoid. Colours that can be considered, as some researchers note, “eye irritants” and can even cause headaches or mess with your vision. That’s why most homeowners wants to paint their home a new look by giving it a new coat of paint. Colour has always plays a huge influence on the human psyche. Colours can make us happy or sad. They can make us feel cold or warm. They can determine if we want to eat a big meal, or lose our appetite entirely.

Because of this, you have to think carefully before you paint. This article will tell which are the worst colours for your home that you should avoid or use only in specific rooms while painting your house.

Yellow and Red:

Studies have shown that the colours red and yellow can make you feel hungry. That’s why most fast food chain use colour red and yellow to make you eat more. These colours are best suited for your kitchen or dining room. Yellow and red is the first colour the human eye tends to notice so in small doses it may be effective.

Neon Colours:

Neon colours can be so bright that they hurt your eyes. Sometimes very bright neon colours can quickly fade – and not evenly. All your hard work picking out the colour and then painting it could all end up in a waste of time and money. Finally, light colours like pink, green or yellow can easily show dirt and stains, making your house appear dull.

Bright White

A bright, pure white paint colour can be too harsh in the sunlight. Think about how you have to wear sunglasses when you are skiing to protect yourself from the sunlight bouncing off of the snow. A better solution would be an off-white or beige. Those colours give you the appearance of white, but are softer and a little easier on the eyes.

Pink

Studies have found that pink can give people feelings of comfort and warmth. If you really love that colour, you should save it for your little girl’s bedroom and not the outside of your home.As little girls like pink colours most.

Orange

Orange can be a very stimulating colour. It might be great in small doses inside your home, but it’s not a good idea for the exterior of your home. However, the good news is that orange can make a fun accent colour for the exterior of your home.

Dark Red

The colour red can conjure feelings of passion and excitement. That might be a little more than you want out of the front of a home. If you are looking to use a true red, you might want to use it in a bedroom or even a romantic bathroom. For the outside of your home, however, go for a more muted shade of red. Brick red houses can be very beautiful. If you must use a bright red outside of your home, maybe buy a bright red door, or paint some red roses instead.

When thinking about the best and worst colour choices for each room, you should think about what effect you are trying to create with colour. Trust your instinct and if you like a colour, put it up and enjoy it. Changing the colours of your home isn’t very expensive or time-consuming and can easily be changed if you want to sell up.

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3 thoughts on “Worst colours to paint your house

  1. I am impressed with your blog and also agree with you that a simple change of color in home can change the outlook of the house so the choice of color should be made very carefully.

  2. Thanks for the comment @residential exterior painting

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