Perhaps a way of showing one’s good taste in picking colors is through your wall paint. Or just plainly revealing what defines your personality and style is another. Whether you take a bold decorating approach by making big statements of color choices and patterns, or prefer viewing a calmer and more neutral space, is all up to you.
But don’t forget to do some planning when it comes to giving your space a brand new look. You may want to think about the mood you want to create and see how much natural daylight does the room receive.
You may do the painting yourself, or have somebody, a house painter, do it for you. This would cost you something but lesser workload on your part, is way much better worth the cost.
Have Fun with Color
Bring your home makeover to life. And simply have fun! Choosing from a wide variety of colors and shades and exploring different brands is what I enjoy most.
My husband and I preferred pastel shades for our wall paint, making it a warm cozy place to stay and relaxing after a long day of work.
But don’t stop at walls. When thinking about adding color with paint, woodwork, including baseboards, moldings and even doors and frames can actually look more striking when painted in a slightly contrasting shade or given accent to the walls.
Making It Restful
One may prefer contrasting colors that stand out and demands immediate attention. Others may prefer comfy neutrals and make the space feel calm and relaxed. Read on below if you’d want to keep your room subtle for a calmer feel.
Paint rooms with well combined shades of gentle colors for a calm, soothing mood. Leaving clear areas of space for both your walls and your surfaces – so that the overall look is not too cluttered (this will also allow your eye to rest.) These spaces will also make any patterned items stand out.
Try to choose simple patterns while complementing shades. Anything that looks too loud or busy will detract from the peaceful atmosphere. Going all white if you’re yearning after a minimalist approach, creating a restful space is just fine. Typically, bright white areas look simple and clean. You also want to add warmth, like soft greens or pale wood tones, so your room doesn’t feel too bare.
Finally, balance your use of color. Areas of white or pale neutrals will give the other colors depth and cease them from dominating the space. Certainly, use texture to add sophistication and layers of interest and style! (“,)