Not Sleeping? Your Bedroom Color May Be To Blame

If you're not sleeping well, it could be time to repaint your bedroom.

The Travelodge motel chain did a study and it reveals the color of your bedroom walls may help you sleep better. Here’s the breakdown of what they discovered.

  • Blue walls can make you feel restful and calm because they remind you of the sea and sky.
  • Yellow walls are conducive to happiness, as long as they are not too bright.
  • Green walls can put you at ease because they remind us of nature.
  • Bad colors for sleep include purple, which may cause nightmares, and red, which is too exciting.
  • Gray walls can make you feel isolated.
  • Brown is also a depressing color, but the study says brown is the favorite bedroom color of workaholics.

They’ve done the study before and almost everything remains the same.

Source: Travelodge



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