Emotions like fear, joy and sadness are commonly associated with colors. A coral-colored vanity in the master bathroom can help create an inviting environment that stimulates your mind and uplifts your mood.
What are you feeling right now? Excited? Nervous? Happy? Sad? It’s easy to feel these emotions when you enter a room with a color palette of varying shades of one color. For example, yellow provides a cheery ambience that inspires joy; red is thought to stimulate the appetite for food. So, what about the color coral? What emotion does it inspire? Do you love it or hate it? Does it make you cringe or smile?
The color coral falls in a range that includes both red and orange. But while red and orange are associated with warm colors — colors that evoke feelings of passion — coral is more subdued. It doesn’t have the same level of intensity as, say, red. It doesn’t make you feel cheerful or hungry. Some people just do not like the color coral. However, this is something that depends on you and your personal preferences. But it is important, when designing a room, to be aware of what kind of mood you want to create. So, what are you thinking? Do you love or hate the color coral?
While coral is not an aggressive color, it does have a certain presence. It has a powerful impression, which is why it can make some people cringe. If strong colors such as red and orange are your thing — then this may be your go-to color. There are many people who admire the raw power of the color that comes from the sea — from its deep blues and greens to its lush purples, oranges and pinks. It is a very powerful color that is both captivating and intriguing.
Some people find this color hard to deal with. However, if you can get over the fact that it can be overpowering and strenuous, there are plenty of uses for coral in interior design. For example:
It creates a calming effect when paired with white or light colors such as off-white or ivory. It works well in rooms that have dark tones. This combination makes your room feel more spacious.