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If changing up your bedroom is on the agenda, I have a great study finding that may help you get lucky: the color of your bedroom walls can affect your sex life. According to the study by Travelodge, one way to have more sex is to paint your walls a caramel hue.
Undress her… slowly.
In a study of over 2, couples, those with caramel-colored walls had the most sex out of everyone. Apparently those surveyed said they do it around three times a week.
As Marie Claire reports, there is a scientific reason behind that. Caramel brown makes us think of chocolate.
While chocolate has been recognized as an aphrodisiac due to ancient Aztec beliefs, a study found there really is a connection between love and chocolate. Chocolate consumption by singles in particular were found to spark feelings of romance and attraction. They usually tend to lean towards the white and beige category.
But according to Apartment Therapy, people whose walls are colored in warm tonessuch as caramel, tend to be social butterflies, exceptionally friendly, nurturing, and love having people over. Here are other ways color affects your sex life:.
A survey of adults conducted by Littlewoods. In a survey of 2, adults, the amount of sex people had varied on the color of their bedroom as well as their choice of bedding. People who had purple rooms had sex about 3.
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The study also found that people with silk bedding had the most sex overall. So, if you want to change up your bedroom this spring, your best bet is to look for purple silk sheets.
The same study also found that those with grey rooms had the least amount of sex. People with grey walls have sex about 1.
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Other color options that might dampen your sex life include green, beige, and white. Keeping in line with the theme of bedroom color schemes, psychotherapist Dr. Nelson suggests sticking to colors that are warm and compliment your complexion. Apparently cool colors can make you look sallow, but warm colors can help your skin look warm and rosy. Red is commonly associated with attraction. According to a study of British men by laundry care expert, Dr. Beckmann, over half of the men surveyed said red was their least favorite color for underwear. In fact, they actually preferred to see their partners in black.
Men also said no to pink and flesh tones. Funny enough, more than 60 percent of women surveyed said they purposely bought red lingerie in efforts to impress men.
According to Psychology Today, red is associated with passion and eroticism. Red was a symbol of status and power in ancient societies.
A study of restaurant customers found that males gave higher tips to waitresses wearing red over those wearing white. Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage? Check out our new podcast, I Want It That Waywhich delves into the difficult and downright dirty parts of a relationship, and find more on our Soundcloud.
By Kristine Fellizar. Here are other ways color affects your sex life: 1.
Purple Is Sexy.