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Raising Your Homes Vibrations With Color

Updated on April 20, 2012

Interior Design

Colors are waves, simply vibrating at different frequencies. Some colors have higher vibrations then others, and the colors with the highest vibrations should be used to decorate our homes. While visiting family members and friends, I noticed the most popular colors being used in there homes, were beige and browns. Not only are these colors boring, there vibrational frequencies has little or no value. Walking into a room with low vibrations, will affect your personal vibrations, as well as walking into a room with high vibrations. We always want our personal vibrations to be as high as possible , this way, we can pull love, adundance and wealth into our lives, with low vibrations this cannot be achieved, so decorating your home with the highest vibrational colors, is exactly what's needed for your home. High Vibrational Colors Purple or violet carries the highest vibrations, indigo or blue, green, yellow, orange and red, have very high vibrations as well. Most people associate black with being a negative color, this is so untrue, black presents intense energy and should be used for interior design. I know some of you are thinking, "Why would I use such loud and gaudy colors to decorate my home". Well it can be tastefully done, and here in this article I will show examples of different arrangements for your home. You don't have to toss out your brown and beige, but you can incorporate some color into them for the perfect blend and balance.


Chandeliers can really jazz up a room and bring elegance and style, Here in Example 1 a black chandelier has been added, the purple wall, plus the black chandelier really brings the room to a level of luxury. This bathroom now has the power to raise your personal vibrations and is also great eye candy for guest and family.

Chandeliers, Living Room Area

Example 2 Two red chandeliers have been added to a predominantly gray and silver room, these red chandeliers bring high energy and a glamorous look.

Chandelier, Bed Room Area

Example 3 Adding a purple Chandelier to your bedroom can be invigorating, this room is screaming high energy, Purple has the highest level of vibrations, so an all purple room, topped off with a purple chandelier will lift your spirits just by walking in. Chandeliers look very expensive but adding one to your bathroom, bedroom or livingroom will run you anywhere between $99 and $300, a small price to pay, to raise your vibrational frequencies and have your place look like a million bucks.


Adding decorative colorful pillows to beige, brown or an ivory room can lighten the place up, and bring wonderful energy to a dull room.

Wall Paper

Wall paper can do amazing things for any room, bright colorful wall paper added to any subtle room of beige, browns or greens can really be adventurous and eyecatching, not to mention raising high levels of frequencies in your room of choice.


Adding colorful stools to your breakfast bar area, will make eating and having cocktails even more enjoyable, sitting on these colorful stools will certainly raise your spirits.


Adding art or paintings to a beige or white room will definitely give it personality and flare.


Caution: Bringing colors to any room should blend and compliment each other, throwing together any pattern and color may have your home looking a bit like a thrift shop. Make sure you research color patterns, or use examples in this blog to help decorate your home. By raising your homes vibrations, you raise your personal vibrations as well, keeping your vibrations and surroundings high is the goal when decorating, Good luck .


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    • cherrycrime26 profile imageAUTHOR

      January Moon 

      5 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Rainpurplewine Yes it is a cool couch, I actually like thirty looking items :-)

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      5 years ago from ATLANTA,Ga

      This is why I love purple, full of vibrations. Always been a fan of black as well. Hey, that epic fail couch was kind of cute!! Maybe for a kids play room? lol

    • cherrycrime26 profile imageAUTHOR

      January Moon 

      6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Twilanelson, you are so welcome, Thank You :-)

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      Twila Nelson 

      6 years ago from Carmichael, California

      Thank you for sharing some very tasteful ways to boost the energy of our home with such a beautifully written Hub and tips on high vibration colors. Have a wonderful day!

    • cherrycrime26 profile imageAUTHOR

      January Moon 

      6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Pamela99 Yes I love interior Design, I like incorporating new things to old buildings, Thanks a lot :-)

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      The colors add such character in the room. I think this is an excellent hub that gets one thinking about redecorating.

    • cherrycrime26 profile imageAUTHOR

      January Moon 

      6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Eileen Goodall LOL, yes it is very different and creative, its so tacky, its cute :-)

    • Eileen Goodall profile image

      Eileen Goodall 

      6 years ago from Buckinghamshire, England

      Great, love your hub but I have to say that I adore the couch in the last photograph and my daughter would love it in her bedroom.

    • cherrycrime26 profile imageAUTHOR

      January Moon 

      6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @KatrineDalMonte Curtains can be amazing as well, white walls are good for a small space, makes them look bigger, I love lots of sunlight as well, thanks for your comment :-)

    • cherrycrime26 profile imageAUTHOR

      January Moon 

      6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Victoria Color really does make a difference, it can effect our mood greatly :-)I'm going to redecorate as well, I already have some wild colors in my home, a purple dining room set and orange stools, but they blend well, thanks for your comment :-)

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      6 years ago

      This is so beautiful, the photos are stunning, the advise is great. I think the right combination of colors at home contributes to one's well being and mood. Warm colors lift the spirit compared to dark colors. I love the chandeliers, they add such class to any room. I'm for simplicity in my life. Simple useful furniture, white walls, a hint of color, I like quality curtains and matching cushions. Well done for this article.

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      Victoria Stephens 

      6 years ago from London

      I totally believe in colour vibrations making a difference to how you feel. My last home was all bright and cheery in every room and I have to say I never felt so alive. Now I've moved and it's all dull or calm colours throughout the house and everyone I know including myself feels a bit lifeless in here. Time for a massive décor shake up asap!!!


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