Choosing the perfect paint colors for your home can be a challenge. Choosing interior paint colors is not as easy as picking what color you like best!
There are many factors that go into choosing the perfect color including lighting, decorating style, and personal preference. Choosing interior paint colors can help to make your home more comfortable, attractive and stylish.
In this blog post we will discuss how to choose the right paint color for your space!
Tips To Choosing Best Interior Paint Colors
When you start with the colors that love, your color palette can be created around them. Your favorite colors are perfect inspiration for any room and they also mean something! Here’s how to find out what each of your favorites means:
Red – Fire, Passionate Nature In red decorating schemes, use a lot of dark wood tones like mahogany or ebony. Red furniture such as chairs or sofas look great in rooms decorated this way too.
Because it will compliment those light shades by adding some warmth without overwhelming the room’s design. If possible add touches of other fire-related items including candles in brass holders which give off an amber glow when lit up.
Magazines and catalogs are a great source of inspiration for decorating but you don’t have to stop there. You can find the colors that inspire your taste in paint company sites.
Retailer site room vignettes will show you ways color can be used within your home while social media often offers real-time updates on new trends with images from around the world.
Color theory is a lot like cooking. You may not know what brand of garlic you should buy or how to make the perfect pesto. But there are basics that can get you started and then allow for improvisation based on your preferences.
A color wheel provides some key ingredients in an easy-to-use format so all it takes is turning the dials around until something catches your eye!
Finding colors at your favorite paint store will be as simple as identifying. Which light shade suits you best from those available shades with similar undertones.
Neutral Paint Colors
You don’t have to choose boring neutrals when you paint your walls. It’s easy to be creative and add tons of style with how the colors are used.
For example, striped or patterned wall in neutral color is a great way to make it interesting without losing that relaxed feeling. Pastel ceiling on top of light/neutral colored wall will give energy into space but still keep it soothing.
Color From a Print
One of the easiest ways to select interior paint colors is by following your instincts. If you’re feeling bold, go with a darker color that can be found in dark prints on fabric or even furniture and accent pieces like pillows, bedding sets, curtains, carpets and more!
It’s also an easy way to add some depth into your space without having too much contrast between light walls, and flooring as well as giving it a lot of character.
If you’re going to use your landscape as inspiration, there are some specific things that need to be considered. For example, when painting the room with a “green” color scheme.
It’s important for every green hue in the pattern or texture of furniture and drapery fabrics not only match but complement each other too. If they don’t work well together then these shades will clash.
Which is no good! More importantly than matching greens though is choosing complementary colors outside. So that everything inside feels natural and inviting without being jarringly bright.