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C$99 for Interior Painting for One Room from Golden Touch Painting (C$180 Value)
- Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase.
- Amount paid never expires.
- May be repurchased every 180 days.
- Valid only within 25 km. of zip code M1H3H5.
- Appointment required.
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts.
- Limit 1 per household.
- Valid for 1 room up to 200 square feet of wall space. ( $1.10 per sqft fee for exceeding 200sqft).
- Prep work is not included in the package
- Includes 2 coats same color Sherwin Williams Paint (additional fees for extra color).
- Valid for Toronto only, additional fee for outside areas (35 cents per kilometer)
- Valid for up to 9ft ceilings.
- Homeowners are required to move furniture to the center of room (additional fees for extra color).
- Gratuity not Included.
- Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Humans’ attachment to certain colors is hardly universal—you might have a uniquely fond association for, say, the hue of your grandmother’s living room—but there is some evidence that the color of a room can have a predictable effect on people’s moods. If you want to stimulate appetite, energetic socializing, or productivity, studies have shown that adorning walls with yellow and red will do the trick. Caution: red has also been proven to raise heart rates, which means it can also engender feelings of aggression and anxiety in the wrong context. On the opposite end of the spectrum, a blue room tends to have a calming effect that promotes a contemplative mood, though tones that are too dark can be cold or depressing. Green imparts feelings of serenity—perhaps because of its strong association with nature—and is a popular choice for bedrooms, along with purple and pink, both of which inspire fertility, creativity, and sex.
Strategically devised color schemes are a part of daily life—look no further than the red and yellow logos of pretty much every fast-food chain. But, whether in the home or the workplace, savvy color selection can enhance your life and even give you a competitive advantage. Legendary Iowa University football coach Hayden Fry famously painted Kinnick Stadium’s opposing locker room pink, hoping its soothing effect would quell his rivals’ ferocity for the afternoon. As we’ve said, though, pink also inspires creativity, and some rivals got creative. The week before a road game at Iowa, where they hadn’t won in 25 years, the 1996 Northwestern Wildcats painted their own home locker room pink—and won.