The study found the colours we paint our bedrooms can actually have an impact on our quality of sleep, with the Brits who paint their walls a shade of green actually having the best chance of a good night's kip.
Red walls are at the opposite end of the spectrum, with 50% of those who have the fiery colour on their walls admitting to a lack of quality sleep.
Black is the colour of choice for those who are the most amorous, whilst yellow walls tend to belong to those who are least passionate.
That said, painting your bathroom red can actually result in a relaxing bathing experience, whilst people with orange kitchens are typically the best cooks. (Have you ever even seen an orange kitchen? Nope, didn't think so.)
According to the study, those with yellow bedrooms are the most likely to feel exhausted - yet those who have a yellow front door are the likeliest to earn the most money. (FYI, that's a neat £47,000, as opposed to the national average of £26k.)
Of 1,500 homeowners quizzed, halmost half (49%) said they consider colour to be 'hugely important in how people feel', with just over a fifth (21%) adding that certain colours can actually make them feel miserable.
Fearne Cotton, who is Dulux's Colour of the Year ambassador, explains: "Designing your own space or putting a colour on a wall is a brilliant moment where you can feel good about yourself. You can let the light in and feel like you did something good. You have to go with your gut and what feels right".