We all can benefit from regular exercise. But even when you’re fortunate enough to have a gym in your home, getting inspired to workout can still be a challenge. But thing that can help you get moving is colour. Your fitness area should not be an afterthought or seem sterile. Remember, this a room in which you may need to drive yourself to invest some time. This area should be stylish and comfy, and adding a coating of paint onto the walls is an easy way to reach that. So don’t overlook the power of colour when it comes to getting a fantastic workout and staying in shape.
Peregrine Design Build
For extra energy and a bit of fun, add orange to your fitness room. Orange is a vibrant colour that will add some pizzazz to your workouts.
Paint select: Orange Zest, Behr
Rule4 Building Group
When things begin to heat up, 1 thing that can keep you cool will be that the colour blue. Any shade of blue will visually keep your health from feeling too warm when you begin to sweat, which could help your workouts last more.
Paint select: Velvet Morning, Behr
(m) + charles beach INTERIORS
If you’re motivated by many colors and can’t choose one, then use a principal color together with a few accent hues. This produces a exceptional space you will enjoy from any angle.
Paint select: Peridot, Behr
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
Nothing will get you going faster than being surrounded by vibrant colors. In this gym, electric green and vibrant blue provide a color scheme that’s perfect for keeping a body in movement.
Paint picks: Nervy Hue and Impromptu, Sherwin-Williams
Laura Bendik Interiors
If you want a more subtle look for your space, try a gentle shade of yellow. This happy hue will even work wonders in a windowless room with the addition of a bit of sunshine.
Paint select: Jonquil, Sherwin-Williams
Klang & Associates
A color-blocking method is a fun way to add style to your fitness area. If you use your space for stretching and yoga, choose a blend of natural, natural colors to produce a sense of calm.
Paint picks: Terrapin Green, Chestertown Buff and Super White, Benjamin Moore
John Kraemer & Sons
Remember that your ceiling is the “fifth wall” on your space, and adding colour there’ll provide a dose of inspiration from up over — perfect for stretches that require lying on your back.
Paint picks: Storm Cloud Gray and Buckland Blue, Benjamin Moore
Basements & Beyond
Don’t overlook neutrals. If you find bright colors distracting, opt for an ivory, tan or cream wall color. Your gym will nonetheless feel inviting, and you’re going to be able to focus on your workout.
Paint select: August Moon, Sherwin-Williams
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