Keeping it Colorful

Aug 28, 2013 | General TRC Information

“If you’re quiet, you’re not living. You’ve got to be noisy and colorful and lively.” –Mel Brooks

Although the weather has been quite grey in Houston the past couple of weeks keeping us indoors, our spirits and attitudes have remained positive, for inside our clubhouse and around our community, there is not shortage of color. From our personal experiences, we know that providing a welcoming and friendly environment is a key part to growth and success for our residents, which is why color is such an important part of who we are.

The first colors visitors see upon entering our complex exude happiness and peacefulness with our yellow clubhouse and light blue Taylor Recovery Center sign. We knew that we only receive one first impression, so we ensured that these features were cheerful and calming. We also want our residents to feel this way each and every time they enter their home. Taylor Recovery Center has picnic tables outside that allow residents to spend time eating or talking in the outdoors under the shade of pretty purple umbrellas and our basketball court is even brightly painted!

Once inside our clubhouse and apartments, residents will find hues of oranges, blues, greens and patterns that add character and vivid artwork that radiates peace, harmony and optimism. From our first colors outside to our throw pillows, our designs and layout ignite the comforting and relaxing feeling that one is home.

If you are interested in joining our community and making Taylor Recovery Center your home during your rehabilitation time, please email kristi@taylorrecovery.com or call 713-557-8573. Our apartments are pet-friendly and are complete with a kitchen and living and dining areas. Your apartment will be furnished with comfortable sofas, a dining table and high-end materials including wood floors, granite countertops and tiled kitchens.

We encourage our residents to show us their colorful and creative side within our community and provide the resources to help them. We know that when life gets grey, finding color in places, people and activities helps us stay strong.