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3 Reasons To Consider Blue In Your Home

When it comes to decorating our interiors, not many of us will consider a colour for it's benefits upon our wellbeing. Rather we opt for things we find aesthetically pleasing. There's no right or wrong way to choose your colour scheme, but with life being so fast paced and hectic, why not consider colours that are both visually pleasing and good for your wellbeing. The colour blue is globally renowned as the most popular colour on the colour spectrum. It's reminiscent of the sky, it calms and it comes in a variety of tones. So we thought we'd address the top 3 reasons you may want to consider blue in your home to promote a better home and thus a better you.

1.  It can lower your blood pressure 

Yes really! Blue is scientifically proven to lower your blood pressure just at the sight of it. Due to its calming properties, it's a great colour to include in somewhere like a home office or a bedroom if you want to promote relaxation. This doesn't mean you have to go and paint the whole space blue but merely include the odd accessory. Why not try our Brooklyn Blue Rug

2. It goes with almost every other colour

Choosing a colour scheme can be a daunting process , so opting for blue is a great colour for those who want to incorporate something that isn't a neutral that has a bit more oomph. We love the Olivia Writing Desk in ocean blue for a colour pop that's not overpowering. 

3. It's the colour to make you eat less 

If you're decorating a dining room or kitchen you might want to consider opting for blue in one of these spaces! Colours like red can promote eating more whereas colours like blue can actually promote eating less. Even something as simple as eating off a blue plate has been scientifically proven to lower a persons appetite. So why not give it a go with our Naturally Med Main Plate.

So there you have it - 3 simple ideas to get you started on a journey into the blue.

 

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