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Kermit, the Frog, wasn’t sure about being green, though he did conclude in his famous Being Green song that “it’ll do fine”. But green lovers everywhere know that  nature’s favorite hue won’t just do; it can do wonders!

Green colors can’t be beat for their restful, quiet and balancing  effects. Green is a favorite for hospitals, schools and TV studios because it heals, restores and calms us.

But the exact green paint color we choosee use can make as much of a difference in how our rooms feel as our choice of green, blue or red.

In fact, today, color can  determine a room’s style almost as much as furniture. So it’s more important than ever to understand what different colors, even varieties of a single color like green, do and say inside a room.

 Check out our 12 favorite green paint colors for interiors inside our April issue of RoomPlanners magazine. (Click on the magazine cover (left) or on this link: http://roomplanners.com/pdfs/04-2010.pdf)

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M & M, "Green", Mars Incorporated

What’s good about the color green isn’t just its connection to healthy vegetables and the planet. Turns out green is good for a balanced state of mind and poise, among other things! It even treats nausea, claustrophobia and over-active kids.

And who would know more about the color green than some very famous green folks… Kermit, Shrek, Green M&M, Green Giant, the Incredible Hulk, Gumby and Oscar the Grouch.

Find out more about green color psychogy and green color symbolism from the folks who know it best… in our April issue of RoomPlanners magazine.

 http://roomplanners.com/pdfs/04-2010.pdf

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