Surprisingly, the second-best color for sleep is yellow. The sunny hue stimulates the nervous system, encouraging relaxation. Plus, the cheery shade creates instant coziness.
Shades of orange add warmth and create a relaxing atmosphere that can aid digestion — especially if you’ve eaten a big dinner. The color helps warm and relax body muscles, which is essential to getting a good night’s sleep.
People with purple bedrooms are the least rested of all, getting on average a measly five hours and 56 minutes sleep per night. The rich color is actually very mentally stimulating, making it difficult to switch off after a busy day and potentially causing vivid dreams or nightmares.
9. LIGHT BROWN
10. WHITE OR CREAM