In today’s open-plan homes, where kitchens, living rooms, and dining rooms are often one large space, color is used to help define interiors and create focal points in fairly drab rooms. The hoax, of course, is thinking out how to pick paint colors to use and where to put them.
Here below are some tips that you can comprehend to choose the right color for your walls.
1- Don’t pick your paint color first: Well, it seems natural to get the biggest things done first, but it is much stress-free to choose a paint color that goes with your furniture and decor than it is to choose decor to go with a paint color.
2-Start with an inspiration: Social media is a great place to start when deciding on paint colors. Make a board for each room and start marking rooms that catch your eye. Once you have about 5-10 you’ll get a feel for what you are haggard to color and style wise.
3- Stick with neutrals: Color is good, but you have to first decide where you want the consideration in a room to go. If your answer is the walls, then heck, go bold. And if you go bold on the walls everything else in the room should be pretty neutral so that you don’t end up with too many things competing.
4- Test your paint colors against furniture and fabrics: Don’t only test your colors on the wall. Instead, paint a piece of poster board and hold it up against your sofa, table or other items that will be in the room to see if goes. You don’t necessarily want to match, but you do want the undercurrents to go nicely.
So, try the above tips to decide which color is right for your walls.