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What Does The Colour Of Your Home Say About You?

Last updated: October 12, 2017

What Does The Colour Of Your Home Say About You?

Colour Me This

Take a look around the different rooms of your home and you’ll probably be able to pick out the odd colour scheme or two.

Maybe you’ve gone for a pale blue or sea green bathroom or a burnt yellow sunset lounge, but whichever colours you’ve opted for, they actually say more about you than you probably think.

We each interpret colours in a totally different way and we all know that certain colours will make us feel particular feelings – red for warm, blue for cold, that kind of a thing.

But colours don’t only make us feel things, the ones we choose can say a lot about who we are as people and according to one American colour expert (yes, that is actually is a thing), “paint colour is an expression of your personality”.

But what do your home’s different colours really say about you?

Read the BestHeating colour personality test blog thing below and find out who you really are*.

*Please note – you won’t find out who you are, I am not an expert in colour; I just fancied a break from radiators, towel rails and all of that other home heating goodness.

Enjoy!

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World Water Day 2017

Last updated: March 22, 2017

World Water Day 2017

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Warm Homes Matter – Fuel Poverty Awareness Day

Last updated: February 16, 2017

Warm Homes Matter – Fuel Poverty Awareness Day

Fuel Poverty Awareness Day Friday 17th February is Fuel Poverty Awareness day, a nationally recognised day of action designed to raise awareness of the heating and insulation problems faced by low-income households across the British Isles. The day comes at the end of almost three months of arduous campaigning (and the rest) by the charityContinue ReadingContinue Reading

What Makes A Man Cave, A Man Cave?

Last updated: January 24, 2017

What Makes A Man Cave, A Man Cave?

7 Essentials For The Perfect Man Cave! Ahhh, the fabled man cave – a place for men of the world to be just that, men of the world. A world filled with manly essentials like tools, beer, dart boards and neon lights, a place reserved for the great unwashed and downright unholy.Continue Reading

What Is A Dual Fuel Towel Rail?

Last updated: March 9, 2017

What Is A Dual Fuel Towel Rail?

Dual Fuel Heated Towel Rails @ Best Heating When it comes to home heating, there are few things that can beat the feeling you get when a nice warm towel is being wrapped around you, just as you come out of the bath or shower. And now you can get that feeling all year round…Continue Reading

Pantone Colour Of The Year 2017 – Greenery

Last updated: December 29, 2016

Pantone Colour Of The Year 2017 – Greenery

Pantone’s Going Green for 2017!   Pantone has released their fabled Colour of the Year for 2017 and it’s greener than a green thing that’s covered in green. The Kings of Colour state that ‘Greenery’ is “symbolic of new beginnings”, evoking the first days of spring “when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew” – andContinue ReadingContinue Reading

The Complete History Of Radiators

Last updated: April 7, 2017

The Complete History Of Radiators

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Smart Homes – What Will We See In 2017?

Last updated: May 30, 2017

Smart Homes – What Will We See In 2017?

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Big Energy Saving Week 2015 – Our Top 10 Energy Saving Tips

Big Energy Saving Week 2015 – Our Top 10 Energy Saving Tips

Last updated: September 1, 2016

You can’t deny it. We are all responsible for the energy that our homes use. Whether you are a student, private or social tenant, a homeowner, or one of those lucky people that still gets a home-cooked meal, hot shower and clean linen from your mum and dad’s, there are a load of things thatContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Top 3 Gas Safety Tips for Homeowners and Landlords

Top 3 Gas Safety Tips for Homeowners and Landlords

Last updated: September 1, 2016

You know the drill, it’s that time of year when you have to take your car, van, motorbike or bus in for an MOT and check that all their various components are working properly. The burly, oil-coated engineer will check that the indicators indicate and that the headlights come on and go off and you’llContinue ReadingContinue Reading