Green = calm is considered the most restful color for the eye.
Combining the refreshing quality of blue and the cheerfulness of yellow, green is suited for almost any room of the house. In the kitchen, green cools things down; in a family room or living room, it encourages unwinding, but has enough warmth to promote comfort and togetherness.
Green also has a calming effect when used as a main color for accessorizing. The psychology behind the color is believed to relieve stress by helping people relax.
Color psychology - green in home decor
You'll find blue-green combinations relaxing and restful.
This combination has a way of cooling things down.
Colors next to each other on the color wheel are called analogous color schemes.
Color psychology - power of complimentary colors
Compare the harmony of blue--green above, to below. The complimentary of green, orange, on the color wheel, livens up green, giving it more excitement!
Color psychology - expand analogous colors
Adding yellow, the color next to green on the color, brings energy to the room setting below.
More color psychology.
Increase the energy of green to its fullest by adding the compliment color (the color across from the color wheel.)
Green with pink creates contemporary fun.
Bright colors evoke a lot of energy. Pair them with the cool color of green with a 'hot' color like pink, and things almost start to sizzle!
Color Psychology - green to fit your personality
Finding your balance in the right amount and the right shades of green is the secret.