Psychology of Color
When some people want to lift their spirits, they reach for a bowl of ice cream. There's a better way to improve your mood, though: color. Color is a powerful design tool that can make the rooms in your home feel more calm, cheerful, comfortable or dramatic.
Color makes a tiny room feel larger, or a spacious one feel more intimate, without the time and expense of actually moving walls.
You can make a den feel cozy by painting the walls with a warm color, or make a narrow space feel wider by using different colors on opposing walls. The paint colors you choose, as well as the color of the furniture and accessories, all create a mood.
Home (and Toys) for a Hero (and Family)
Before Christmas, a team from Bank of England Mortgage Jacksonville joined forces with a builder partner, David Weekley Homes, to surprise Trinidad Aguirre, a combat disabled military veteran, and his two children. The team decorated the kids' rooms and set up a Christmas tree as a welcome to their brand new home. As a parting gift, they left the family a new Xbox under the tree.
After living in a one bedroom apartment, thanks to over twenty-five people and organizations in the Jacksonville area, the family celebrated Christmas 2015 in their new home and each child slept in their own custom-decorated room.
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