Dopamine ‘dress’ for your home – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

KOCHI: Colors can greatly influence a person’s mood. Looking at warm, bright tones like red and blue can release the feel-good hormone, dopamine. Dopamine will improve your mood, increase your attention span and more, researchers say. As the dopamine discussion has entered the internet, people all over the world have found something to cheer for – they have found something to uplift their mood and be joyful or at peace.

The dopamine fad was a game-changer at the start of the pandemic. The term coined by fashion psychologist Dawnn Karen loosely refers to the type of clothing that enhances the mood by wearing a certain color, texture or style. This gave way to whimsical trends like polka dots, leopard print, pink blazers and green pants.

Now the world has understood. Dopamine colors are even part of home decor. Using patterns, positive quotes, and colors, let’s check if decorating dopamine will have the same effect on our homes and minds.

In the Bollywood movie Wake Up Sid, we all loved how Sid and Aisha decorated their rundown studio. The bright yellow wall with classic photographs and hanging chairs stays fresh in our minds. From plain white walls and muted pinks to bold colors like candy pink, fiery red, pumpkin oranges and 70s themed wallpapers, our interior spaces are transforming.

Momtaz Begum-Hossain, modern color theorist and author of “Hello Rainbow – Finding Happiness in Color,” explained, “Color isn’t just about aesthetics. It is a powerful source of energy that can impact our feelings, mood, and emotions. We often talk about “adding color” when we feel something is missing and color provides the antidote, it can transform how we feel in an instant. In this regard, color affects our mental state.”

But a bright green TV stand or a pink and yellow closet isn’t what dopamine decor is. You also need to know the other dopamine palettes to dress up your house. Softer, softer colors can also release the feel-good hormone and enliven the space without overpowering. Colors like lilac and lavender give a cheerful vibe and are perfect for bringing a touch of calm and happiness to your surroundings.

While orange-pink shades – from blushing peach to warm terracotta – give a feeling of comfort and security. The grey-green shade is relaxing and peaceful. Soft yellow can evoke the happiness of a lighter shade without being too strong. And the misty blue has a deliberately soothing effect. However, it is entirely the person’s choice of what makes them happy. Whether it’s bold, bright colors with elaborate decors for a happy and cheerful home or soft hues for a peaceful space.

KOCHI: Colors can greatly influence a person’s mood. Looking at warm, bright tones like red and blue can release the feel-good hormone, dopamine. Dopamine will improve your mood, increase your attention span and more, researchers say. As the dopamine discussion has entered the internet, people all over the world have found something to cheer for – they have found something to uplift their mood and be joyful or at peace. The dopamine fad was a game-changer at the start of the pandemic. The term coined by fashion psychologist Dawnn Karen loosely refers to the type of clothing that enhances the mood by wearing a certain color, texture or style. This gave way to whimsical trends like polka dots, leopard print, pink blazers and green pants. Now the world has understood. Dopamine colors are even part of home decor. Using patterns, positive quotes, and colors, let’s check if decorating dopamine will have the same effect on our homes and minds. In the Bollywood movie Wake Up Sid, we all loved how Sid and Aisha decorated their rundown studio. The bright yellow wall with classic photographs and hanging chairs stays fresh in our minds. From plain white walls and muted pinks to bold colors like candy pink, fiery red, pumpkin oranges and 70s themed wallpapers, our interior spaces are transforming. Momtaz Begum-Hossain, modern color theorist and author of “Hello Rainbow – Finding Happiness in Color,” explained, “Color isn’t just about aesthetics. It is a powerful source of energy that can impact our feelings, mood, and emotions. We often talk about “adding color” when we feel something is missing and color provides the antidote, it can transform how we feel in an instant. In this regard, color affects our mental state.” But a bright green TV stand or a pink and yellow closet isn’t what dopamine decor is. You also need to know the other palettes to dress up your dopamine house. Softer, softer colors can also release the feel-good hormone and enliven the space without overpowering. Colors like lilac and lavender give a cheerful vibe and are perfect for bringing a touch of calm and happiness to your surroundings. While orange-pink shades – from blushing peach to warm terracotta – give a feeling of comfort and security. The grey-green shade is relaxing and peaceful. Soft yellow can evoke the happiness of a lighter shade without being too strong. And the misty blue has a deliberately soothing effect. However, it is entirely the person’s choice of what makes them happy. Whether it’s bold, bright colors with elaborate decors for a happy and cheerful home or soft hues for a peaceful space.

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