Springtime means sprucing up your home – but you may feel overwhelmed when it comes to knowing and selecting colors. You also may not realize that science and psychology can play a role in your choices.
For example, our emotions and behavior can be affected by certain colors, patterns and even the intensity of light. Room and object dimensions influence us, as well as ceiling heights and floor plans. After taking all of that into account, the next step is to learn what’s trending.
Experts say colors are warming up, but that shades of whites, grays and blues are still popular. Designers say one reason why these colors are trending is because the simple, Scandinavian design is a top request today.
On Wednesday, May 17, guests Sally Augustin (Environmental/Design Psychologist) and Sue Wadden (Director of Color Marketing at Sherwin Williams) are available to help you breathe new life into your home, and show how science and psychology can help you make color and décor choices. They will also reveal the results of a color psychology and sentiment survey.