Paint is where the heart is…


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We all know that new colors, freshly painted rooms, and bright and colorful accents and designs can have a positive impact on our overall mood. Think about when you first walk into your repainted kitchen for example. From basic beige to a rich and more intense misty grey, it makes you feel instantly better. You get inspired, find yourself more content, and overall, just plain happier. We’ve seen people smile and absolutely beam as they walk into their new room.

So how exactly does a fresh coat of paint affect you, both emotionally and psychologically…Here are some things we bet you didn’t know about the impact that paint can actually have on a person.


Paint Can Stimulate: It most certainly can! There are those colors which, intense and more vibrant in nature, can actually cause your heart rate to speed up, your breath to quicken and your adrenaline to kick in. So ramp it up with red for instance and create a room that energizes and invigorates you.

Stress Relief in a Paint Can: We all know that certain colors can induce a serene and calming feeling, but it’s actually been shown that these colors actively help combat the pressures of stress. After a hard day’s work, kick your shoes off, recline in your favorite chair and surround yourself in a lighter blue or green as the stress just melts away.

Paint Offers a Feeling of Renewal: Did you know that the color white has been associated with vanquishing feelings of disappointment and consequently providing a sense of renewed hope. So if you want to feel better, refreshed and with a whole new outlook on life, it could be as simple as painting a room white!

Paint = Productivity: Some colors just bring out the go-getter in you!  Blue is one such color. Studies have shown that people who surround themselves in blue are more confident, capable and thus more productive.


Whatever color you choose, make sure that it reflects who you are and what you want from your room. There is no wrong choice, and when your painting job is done by Jaworski, there are only stunning results.

3 replies
  1. Lindsay
    Lindsay says:

    My psychiatrist actually recommended that I paint to help release tension and stress. She said that painting is a great way to bond as well. So I told my husband I wanted to do painting over the weekend. This was a few weeks ago and wow. It is just a cleansing feeling. We both now want to paint the rest of the house. Now I see why most painters are always in a good mood! It ins’t the paint fumes! haha

    • Bethany Lewis
      Bethany Lewis says:

      That is hilarious that you brought that up! I have been telling my mother than she needs to start painting again to help with her depression. She and my dad split up 2 years ago after 5 years of painful on again off again separation. I have been trying to get her motivated to remake the house and redo the interior as well.I think maybe hiring some painters to paint the walls might inspire her. I will have to give it a shot.

  2. Dianne Perry
    Dianne Perry says:

    Really enjoyed this short read. My friend shared it on Facebook. She is a bit of a DIY nut. I am more of a “I’ll pay to have it done right” kind of person. haha

    I think when the time comes, which will likely be in August, I will give you guys a call about some work. I need some exterior and interior painting done as well as a face-lift for my bathrooms and kitchen. It is hard to find painters who are passionate about what they do.


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