Looking around your house, you have a very calm living room. It is slate blue with gray accents. You have some awesome trendy wall decorations. You are sitting on your comfy couch in front of the television. You just finished dinner and brought your glass of wine with you in the living room. You are looking around, feeling calm. You take a deep breath and exhale the anxieties of the day when a roach runs across the table in front of you. It goes right behind the vase. At this moment, it is not a calm living room, no matter what the colors are. What is going through your mind? What are you going to do?
For most people, the first reaction is to probably scream and try to kill it. You know from experience, where there is one roach there are more roaches around. Most likely that one came from the kitchen. That is most times where the undesirables set up camp, making a plan to take over. Right now the roach is the focal point of your beautiful calm living room. It is ruining the peace and tranquility. The best way to take unwanted pests out of the focal point in any room in your house is to have a local pest company get rid of what is there, then they can prevent the rest from coming to visit or maybe even live. Moxie Pest Control is a good choice to get your sanity back in your home. They are sure to come out quickly.
No matter what color palette you choose for your home, an unwanted pest will override the energy and mood you are trying to create. Staying a step ahead of the unwanted pests coming to your environment keeps you in control of your home. It is not like you invited them to be guests anyway.
When the pest control service shows up it will be so nice when you stop seeing red. Now that you have the unwanted pest taken care of, let us get back to focusing on the peaceful, calm, serene, slate blue living room. The color enhanced environment that you chose for your home makes you feel so calm sitting on the couch. The colors just blend perfectly. You can take another breath and exhale from the anxieties of the day. Take another sip of wine and just keep focused on the calm environment you have created in your home. No worries about unwanted visitors; Moxie Pest Control took care of them all.
Are you feeling worn out in your home, tired and just emotionless? Or maybe when you sit down in your living room you feel energized, you just cannot stop moving. There have been many studies done over the years about how the colors you choose can affect your mood. The colors in your home have a definite impact on your emotions and your mood. Choosing the right colors to decorate your home can contribute to your overall emotional health. What colors do you like in your home, red, green, blue, black, purple, orange?
Do you remember the color wheel in school? The red, orange and yellow are together and they are the warm colors. The blue, green, purple are together and they are the cool colors. Now to understand what emotions are evoked by the colors, the warm colors can invoke emotions from warmth to anger or hostility. While the cool colors, usually give more the feeling of calmness and they give a sense of well-being. Here is a little more information on individual colors:
- Red—Passion, love, war
- Orange – energetic, impulsive
- Yellow—happy, friendly
- Gold – antiquity
- Green- natural, wealth
- Blue – trustworthiness, serene
- Dark Purple – royalty, luxury
- Light Purple — (lavender) healing, romance
- Brown – sturdy, rustic
- Black – power, elegant
- White – clean, pure
- Gray — neutral
It is a pretty interesting science how much your environment can affect your mood and feelings. Have you ever noticed that most bank logos are almost the same color blue? It is because that color invokes the feeling of trustworthiness. Many newly decorated doctors’ offices are lavender or light green. This instills the thought of healing and calmness. Yes, colors do affect us more than we know. Now that your pests are gone, however, you can start thinking of those paint colors that will make your home perfect for you, mentally and physically.