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… the mood is tranquil and inviting.
Colours with a lot of white added are termed pastel. To be accurate, you must be able to give the colouring of your room a name beginning with ‘pale’ or ‘light’, for example pale pink, light blue, pale green, light lemon, pale lilac, pale mauve, light apricot, light peach, pale aqua or white with pastel accessories. If there is no definite colour, you have a neutral.
When you want communication in your relationship to be more open, choose pastels. They are full of light and more free-flowing than the controlling elements of dark colours. Want more romance as well? Choose pastels. The softness of their coloring makes them non-confronting – and very seductive. A bedroom with lots of pastel colours in walls and floor coverings as well as accessories, or white walls with neutral floors but lots of pastels in bedcovers, sheets, lamps and the pictures on the wall, is most alluring and inviting. It suggests romance, love and fantasy more than any other colour scheme. If you have chosen pastels for your bedroom, you are romantic, sensitive and looking for nurturing, love and fun in your intimate life. You will be friendly and non-threatening in your intimate experiences and will want to receive exactly what you have portrayed in your bedroom: to be treated gently, thoughtfully and with sensitivity by your partner.
Pink and peach are the most romantic pastels because they send the subconscious messages of love and communication (the psychology of colours is explained a little later). They are also very flattering against all skin tones. If you shudder at an all pink r peach bedroom, take heart. It is not necessary to have all pink or all peach to add romantic overtones. Just a small amount will do, perhaps in sheets, pillow slips, accessories or even on the walls. The room could be very pastel or could have some stronger highlights of these colours. There will be however an identifiable amount of peach or pink in the room.
Not all pastel bedrooms have pink or peach in them. The general feeling with other pastels is one of tranquility and composure. Some people however feel that the use of predominantly pastel colours creates an insipid, superficial atmosphere. There is no way they want a romantic light look.
Key words: light, open, soft, inviting, romantic, tranquil and composed.