Crisp ArchitectsTraditional Bedroom, New York
- Photographer: Rob Karosis
What Houzz contributors are saying:
An amazing 58 percent of Brits in the survey who sleep in blue rooms say they regularly wake up feeling happy. Cheerio!
What Houzzers are commenting on:
there are specialized receptors called ganglion cells in the retina part of our eyes, which are most sensitive to the color blue," says Chris Idzikowski, a sleep expert at the Edinburgh Sleep Centre, in a press release about the study. "These receptors feed information into an area deep in our brain that controls 24-hour rhythms, and affects how we perform and feel during the day. That interaction between light, sleep and wakefulness is supremely important.”