National Color Therapy Month

Can A Bedroom Wall Color Help a Hypersensitive Child?

Color has the power to inspire, heal, excite, soothe as well as agitate. This can be especially true for kids, who are extra sensitive to the impact of color. Therefore, picking the correct color for a young child’s room shouldn’t be taken lightly. Although scientists have learned a whole lots with respect to the way […] Read more…

Suffering From Insomnia? Here are Some Interior Color Cures!

The Best Bedroom Colors to Cure Insomnia If you are used to tossing and turning through the night, having your bedroom painted one of these brilliant tones might eventually help you get some shut-eye. The look of your space is not only affected by the color of your bedroom. Color also impacts the way your […] Read more…

What Your Favorite Color Says About You

Have you ever asked yourself exactly what your preferred color says about you or how incorporate it into your interior décor? To be candid, it is not at all an easy task learning how color works for your interior because it requires many years of experience to fully understand just how colors impact a space […] Read more…

Color of 2011: Honeysuckle

Okay so Pantone the preeminent color guru announced the color for 2011! Honeysuckle! So what does that mean for interiors? I would suggest using that color in a small half bath to give it a sassy, bright, look. Another great use would be on accent pillows in a bedroom, sofa or a throw. A nice […] Read more…

Celebrating National Color Therapy Month-2011

March is National Color Therapy Month!  So I along with many colleagues around the country are celebrating this month by educating the public about the therapeutic aspects of color in interiors! You feel the benefit of being in a light and bright environment.  Not only does light affect your spirit, but it also benefits your […] Read more…