Dr Oz: Paint Color & Personality Traits
Now that you know what your coffee order says about your personality, it’s time to learn what personality traits can be revealed via paint color. Do you like to play it safe or do you like to make a statement when choosing paint colors? Dr Oz was excited to reveal what your paint color choice says about you and how you can choose certain colors to help boost your mood.
Dr Oz welcomed Editor in Chief of “The Good Life” magazine Jill Herzig to talk about the connection between colors and personality. It’s a way of communicating to the world who you are without using any words as well as where you are in presently in terms of your mood.
Dr Oz: What Neutral Paint Colors Say About You
Dr Oz was able to separate paint personalities into four categories. First was neutrals like beige and ivories. If you tend to stick to neutrals, it could be a sign that you like to be more flexible. According to the Pantone Institute, flexible people tend to gravitate toward neutrals because they like to be able to play around with accessories. It makes sense to have a pop of color against a nice, clean background.
However, play it sage types tend to stick with neutrals as well because no one can take issue with or criticize them about it.
Dr Oz: Soft Cool Hues & Jewel Tones For Paint
For those who tend to go with soft, cool hues like a lavender, greens, or blues are people are looking for tranquility and peace. They tend to be calmer and creative while seeking peace. An aqua color can actually give you a sense of safety and healing while greens are great for creativity.
On the other hand, the total opposite are jewel tones. People who tend to go with jewel tones are those who like the stimulation. Jewel tones are energizing but they’re not quite as shocking as the neon colors. They tend to be good for contemplation and figuring out problems. Dr Oz’s study at home is painted a deep plum color.
Dr Oz: What Color Should You Add To your Home
Finally was the soft and warm shades. Warm colors tend to make people feel embraced, much like a great hug. They’re friendly, nurturing and inviting, so they’re perfect for people who like to host
According to Jill, the one color more people need to add to their homes is yellow. In a recent survey, 60% of people associated yellow with optimism. Yellow has a powerful reaction among most people, making them feel joy while connecting to happy memories. If you’re more shy, you can add yellow with accent pieces like a candle, a pillow, or even just a bouquet of yellow roses.