CONSIDER COLOR PSYCHOLOGY When you’re thinking about a statement piece, you should ask yourself: “What do I want my statement to be?” The statement you’re looking to make can determine not only what kind of piece you’re going to choose, but also what color it is. When discussing colors (of paint, furniture, or art) with my clients, I always tell them that color is powerful. In fact, each color speaks its own, secret language to us. Colors have the power to affect our mood and our minds. If your statement piece is in a family room or other large gathering area, consider a statement piece in blues and greens. These colors are calming, sending a subtle but powerful message to everyone that this space is relaxing and peaceful. If you want to communicate an air of inspiration, stick with oranges and yellows. These warm hues promote creativity.
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