They say that the color of a room can affect your mood.
Here's the color spectrum analysis from the experts:Purple: Stimulates brain activity. For the den perhaps?
Blue: Slows pulse rate, lower body temp. Sounds like a definite possibility for bedrooms, but beware of the shade of blue - and lean toward the darker hues.
Green: Soothing effect. Symbolizes renewal, youth, vigor. Sounds good for my bathroom!
Yellow: Happiness, optimism. Supposedly your brain will release more serotonin when the eye takes in yellow. I have a yellow VW Bug - and it seems to bring out violence, because I see lots of kids slugging their friends when I drive by.
Orange: Energy and warmth. Once again - beware the shade...and go toward the muddy orange. Dining room or rec room perhaps?
Red: Energy, excitement. Red is often associated with love - so it could be a good choice for adult bedrooms and dining rooms.
White: Peace, simplicity, spaciousness. Beware too much white - might make a room cold - but can be a great contrast to an accent wall.
Black: A great accent color in or out - but too much can be depressing
Location, location , location ......it's all about where you put what color.........