Did you know that certain colours affect people's moods and appetites? Studies show that certain colour palettes can either make people feel anxious and subconsciously want to leave a room, or the colours generate a relaxed feeling and make people want to linger in a room. If the dining room will be the place you want friends and family to hang out in for long periods of time, you'll want to choose the right colour scheme for the walls and furniture.
The colours red and orange are thought to create a sense of excitement and encourage people's appetites. Earthy tones mixed with some reds or oranges can create a comforting environment and encourage people to linger and eat. You can also use earthy colours on the walls and complement it with reddish coloured chairs, table linens, and dining room decorations.
The colours black and blue supposedly send off signals to not eat as much or watch what you eat. The colour blue is said to be a natural appetite suppressant, so when considering different dining room ideas blue may not be an ideal colour for the walls or décor. Mixing white into your dining room will encourage eating and snacking, which is why many restaurants use white for their linens and walls.
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