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Create a relaxing space

Your home is the place to come back to after a long day's work to rest and recuperate.

If necessary, your home should ideally have a peaceful atmosphere to help you recharge your batteries and de-stress after your day. This makes it all the more important to create a peaceful home environment as a natural remedy for residual stress and tension from the outside world.

There are many ways to bring peace and serenity to your home, not least through the psychology of colour:

Relaxing colours


According to colour psychology, blue is associated with confidence and reliability, but is also considered to bring tranquillity because of its soft appearance.


Dark blue is a colour rich in both history and entity, making it ideal for a traditional or resolutely modern interior.


Grey is a soft, calm and soothing colour. It is generally all-purpose and lends itself well to most colours.

Start by choosing a primary colour that resonates with your personality and your space. This could be a calm sky blue, a dreamy dark blue or a soft grey. To add depth and personality to your space, introduce secondary colours that complement your main choice. For example, if you've chosen dark blue, you could add touches of amber for a "starry sky" effect.