If you want to get a deep sleep or have more interests, décor your room. This writing will show you color and their meanings in bedroom.
If your boudoir is aqua or azure, you probably catch a lot of shut eye — and you're a cheerier person for it. People with blue bedrooms got more sleep than any other color, clocking in at seven hours and 52 minutes per night. It's not just coincidence, either. Specialized receptors in our eyes — the same cells that inform our brain's daily rhythms — are most sensitive to blue.
Blue is also associated with calmness (just think of the ocean or sky) and it can lower your heart rate and reduce blood pressure. Unsurprisingly, more than half of the people with blue bedrooms said they regularly wake up feeling happy.
Surprisingly, the second-best color for sleep is yellow. The sunny hue stimulates the nervous system, encouraging relaxation. Plus, the cheery shade creates instant coziness.
An earthy green isn't a shabby pick, either. It was the third best color palette for sleep, and 22 percent of respondents who slept in a green bedroom reported waking up feeling upbeat and positive.
People with silver bedrooms like the luxurious yet soothing metallic tones, but they can have an unexpected side effect. A fifth of respondents with silver décor said they're more motivated to exercise in their bedroom.
Orange add warmth and create a relaxing atmosphere that can aid digestion – especially if you've eaten a big dinner. The color helps warm and relax body muscles, which is essential to getting a good night's sleep.
And contrary to popular belief, red bedrooms are actually the worst for romance — these residents reported having sex just once a week. You can also paint your wooden bed in red, too.
It may sound cliche, but bankers and other finance workers were more likely to feature gold décor in their bedrooms. The glitzy metal is associated with wealth for a reason!
White or Cream
If you're prone to working overtime, paint your bedroom any color but white. People with a cream or white color scheme will take work to bed with them typically three times per week.
Romantics, take note. Couples who sleep in a bedroom with caramel décor have sex three times per week on average, more than any other color.
Dark BrownThe color isn't as cozy as you think — it can make residents feel isolated, uncomfortable, and restless.
Dark gray isn't a good choice, either. Besides its dreary connotations, the survey found people with gray bedrooms spent the most time online shopping in bed instead of catching up on sleep.ZAVA FURNITURE – DUC TIEN CORP. TEL: 0866 831 049 HOTLINE: 0903 666 014 – Mr. Duc E-MAIL: email@example.com