You can make your room’s feel great by choosing the right paint colours and lighting. For example, bright colours and sunlight can help you feel energised in the morning, while soft, dim lighting in the evening can help you feel relaxed. You can change the mood of each room to suit what you need, like feeling calm or creative. If you try different things and use your imagination, you can make your home a happy place that helps you be productive and feel good.

Room South Facing

Paint Colour Nordic sky

Colour: Nordic Sky

Rooms facing south, Spaces facing south ENJOY STRONG CLEAR NATURAL LIGHT, so all colours work well. However, cool shades such as blue, green and violet balance the intensity of sunlight. These shades can help you achieve a tranquil and breezy atmosphere in even the brightest rooms; this goes for greys and whites – those that contain hints of blue, green, and violet will ensure the room doesn’t feel too ‘hot’ without adding a bold colour.

Colours to try: Nordic SkyWillow Tree, Lavender Quartz, Polished Pebble, Rock Salt, Clouded Pearl 1

Room facing north

Paint Colour Crushed pink

Colour: Blush Pink

A room that faces north HAVE COOLER NATURAL LIGHT and generally have less of it, so sometimes a little dark and cold. But don’t worry! There are lots of ways to maximise your space. These spaces benefit from warmer shades like pink, gold and yellow tones. These colours can help you achieve a cosy, welcoming atmosphere even in rooms that lack that warm glow of sunshine. Greys and whites that contain hints of pink, gold and yellow will add more subtle warmth to your space.

Colours to try: Blush Pink, Copper Blush, Butter Biscuit, Perfectly Taupe, Summer Linen, Jasmine White

Room facing East

Paint Colour Goose Down

Colour: Goose Down

A room facing east will have NATURAL LIGHT IN THE MORNING. These rooms take some extra consideration when picking colours. If the room is east-facing and mainly used in the morning or evening, then cool colours containing hints of blue, green and violet will help balance the intensity of the sunlight. 

If the room is used when the natural light is restricted, consider the type of artificial light used. Low-energy compact fluorescent bulbs cast a cool violet and pink light that can make subtle neutrals and tints look washed out. Warm LED and Halogen bulbs are for all colours.

Colours to try: Crushed Aloe, Blue Opal, Goose Down, Raspberry Diva, Chic Shadow, Overtly Olive

room facing west

Paint Colour Crushed Aloe

Colour: Crushed Aloe

West-facing rooms benefit from NATURAL LIGHT IN THE EARLY EVENING. These rooms take some extra consideration when picking colours. If the room is west-facing and mainly used in the evening, then cool colours containing hints of blue, green and violet will help balance the intensity of the sunlight.

If the room is used when the natural light is restricted, consider the type of artificial light used. Low-energy compact fluorescent bulbs cast a cool violet and pink glow, making subtle neutrals and tints look washed out. Warm LED and Halogen bulbs are for all colours.

Colours to try: Crushed Aloe, Blue Opal, Goose Down, Raspberry Diva, Chic Shadow, Overtly Olive

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