Feng Shui Colors & Home – Which Color Is Best For Kitchen, Bedroom, Or Living Room?

One of the softest and littlest valuable methods to spiff up your house is to give it clean and freshly coated paint. As you do, it’s important to select the correct colors.

Each color has a different meaning and carries different vibrations, so it is important to choose the right one. In the lines below you will find a list of colors and their meaning in Feng Shui.

White is clean and fresh. It represents fresh starts, purity, and innocence. White is great for creating a calm ambiance. Good for bathrooms and kitchens, just not in babies’ rooms and dining rooms.

Red is stimulating and dominant. It symbolizes warmth and prosperity but could also promote anger and discord. Red is good as an accent color. Not suitable for dining rooms, children’s bedrooms, kitchens, or workshops.

Yellow is connected to enlightenment and intellectual. Them symbolizes optimism, reason, and decisiveness. Yellow is friendly, cheerful, and friendly. Suitable for hallways and kitchens, but not baths.

Pink is associated with purity of thought. It symbolizes happiness and romance and has a calming and soothing effect. Good in bedrooms (particularly in girls’ bedrooms), but not bathrooms or kitchens. Be sure the pink you use is a true pink and not peach – a color that should be avoided in the bedroom (see below).

Green is relaxing and freshening. It typifies growth, fertility, and harmony and is associated with optimism, freedom, and balance. Green is calming and promotes health. Good in bathrooms, only not in family rooms, game rooms, or studies.

Purple is dignified and spiritual. It symbolizes power, wealth, passion, and motivation. Purple has a high vibration. It is good for meditation rooms but should be used sparingly in other rooms.

Orange is powerful, cheerful, and encourages communicating. Effective for increasing creativeness, concentration, and organization. Fine for living-rooms, dining-rooms, and game room*, only not bedrooms.

Blue is playful and comfortable. It represents fact, fidelity, and stability and creates a feeling of peace and trust. Good in bedrooms, but not family rooms, dining-rooms, and studies.

Brown is balanced and secure. It symbolizes safety and protection and is nourishing. Good in living rooms, adult bedrooms, and the kitchen.

Black is mystical and independent. It symbolizes intrigue, strength, and allure. Black can feel heavy when used in large quantities; just if used sparingly can get strength and power to a room. Black shouldn’t be applied in large quantities in young babies’ rooms, studies, or living rooms.