By Elizabeth Ranea. Bedroom Colors. Published at Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 - 22:30:39 PM.
Depending on the style you are after, there are many different ways that blue and yellow kids’ rooms can be crafted. How you create the room will also depend on the whims and fancies of your little one. From cheerful kids’ bedrooms and nurseries to fashionable teen rooms that can easily morph into adult bedrooms, this is a color palette that does it all. Adapting to Different Styles. Yellow and blue is a color combination that seems to work best with a beachy, coastal style that is both elegant and breezy.
Again, blue is the dominant hue in this trio and is generally the color that feels the most natural for crafting the backdrop of the bedroom. Yet, a mellow and calming shade of yellow can also take over in traditional boys’ bedrooms. The idea here is to create ‘pockets or blocks’ of color without one invading the other. And those unhappy with audacious red can try out spunky orange instead!
Those wishing to move away from pink can try out the peachy charm of light, pastel coral as a fashionable alternative. Shades of coral have been a hit for a while now and you can use the color with varied styles like coastal, tropical, Scandinavian and eclectic-chic. When it comes to pastel pinks and corals in the girls’ bedroom it is simply hard to go wrong! Relaxing Pastel Blues and Greens. It is not all pink in the world of pastels and charming, lights shades of blue are next on the list of hues that homeowners love.
Colors are divided into two categories in Feng Shui, Yin and Yang. Yin colors promote relaxation and healing while Yang colors focus on positive energy and interest. A combination of these is required to provide the best Feng Shui Bedroom colors for a good nights rest that is restorative as well. Most Feng Shui colors are meant to be used in moderation or they can cause a negative response rather than the positive response that you are hoping for when it comes to getting the right amount of rest. However, blues and greens are okay to use in large amounts because they do not elicit that negative response.
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