White is a common color with windows and doors. It is a color that goes with everything, so your house can be one wonderful color and your white doors and windows will be the perfect match. White just makes it plain easy to pick out colors, instead of going over color after color to find the ones that complement each other rather than clash.
But you can overdo white, so it is important to find the right balance.
What Affect the Color White Has on Us
White affects us all differently depending on who we are and even according to the situation. For the creative mind, white stimulates creativity. White represents that blank canvas, piece of paper or fabric that is just crying out to be changed into a masterpiece.
White brings apprehension or relief because it represents a new beginning. There is nothing there but a new start, you have put the past behind you (whether good or bad) and you have a new adventure in front of you. The past has been removed and the future has yet to be seen.
White is also cleanliness or purity. When we see it in an ever day setting it is something that it pure and has not been changed by other colors or made dirty.
The Color White on Your Home
Yes, white doors and windows are easy to match with other colors on your house. They don’t take a lot of effort to pick out also when you don’t want to spend a lot of time deciding on what color of windows and doors you should choose.
However, too much white is not a good thing. Too much white can create the feeling of emptiness and isolation. It can also make you feel like you have to clean your windows and doors all the time to keep them pristine clean; which can drive a person mad. Besides, having everything all white is just boring.
If you have a white house, you may want to rethink your decision to go with white doors and windows. Choose colored or stained doors and windows. Or you can also stick with the white doors and windows and paint the trim around them to add a little splash of color to your white house.
Different Variations of White and What They Mean
We think there are many different variations of white, but there really aren’t. The different variations we see is just color being added to white to change its hue. There is only one pure white.