7—WHEN YOU NEED TO SPARK YOUR CREATIVITY
A 2009 study found that people exposed to blue were better able to connect with their creative sides. Include blue in your art, writing room, or wear a blue piece of jewelry for a creative boost.
8—WHEN YOU NEED TO BE CALM
Are you about to face a stressful situation?
Have a combination of pastel green and blue colors around you. These work well in rooms at home where you want to relax, or somewhere within your view when you have to confront a stressful situation.
Interior decor experts recommend green for promoting calm in health-oriented spaces, like clinics, hospitals, and counseling offices.
9—TO FEEL ENERGETIC AND HAPPY
Add a splash of yellow in your wardrobe. You feel more vibrant, and you'll radiate the same onto others, potentially helping to lift their mood.
Include some pink on your table decorations, wardrobe, jewelry, or bedroom. Pink speaks of romance and is also calming and soothing.
11—WHEN YOU NEED TO FOCUS
If you have a home office, include blue in the décor. This color not only calms and stimulates creativity, but also encourages focus, so you can get your work done without distractions.