You like rooms with a touch of color, but you still can’t decide on one shade or the other … Warm or cold? Intense or discreet? These keys will help you choose what color to paint your house.
If the room is small, it is best to choose colors that are not too intense. And better cold than warm. The ideal wall to paint in color? The one with the windows to let the light hit the white ones. Armchair, from Create. Space decorated by Jeanette Trending.
If it is facing north, it will receive little natural light, so the idea is to paint that wall with warm and pale colors. But if it is facing south, you can opt for colder ones. Armchairs, by Baladia & Valklein, at Merchant of Venice. A room designed by Pepe Llaudet.
It is key to choose the color. If you have sun for many hours a day, you will be able to choose darker colors but if only lightness enters, it is better to opt for dimmer tones. Comfortable, from Homes in Heaven. Daisie Artisan table lamp. Bedroom designed by Pia Capdevila.
4. AND WHAT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT WILL IT HAVE?
We always talk about natural light but artificial light is key, especially in winter. Keep in mind that cold LEDs reduce the vividness of colors; warm LEDs accentuate that warmth, and halogens provide white light that enhances colors. Pepe Llaudet space.
5. WHAT IS YOUR DECORATIVE STYLE?
If your style is Nordic or contemporary, you will be more interested in cold and neutral tones (blue or gray, for example). If you are more classic, neutrals shooting warm (sand is an option). If you are vintage, intense (mint green, pink, ocher …). Furniture, from Ikea. Chairs, at Mercanti.
6. TO EACH ROOM, ITS COLOR
An example: painting a studio is not the same as painting a bedroom. For the first case, it is best to choose stimulating shades (deep green or mustard, for example) and for the second, more relaxing (blue, gray, or soft green).
Plastic water is one of the most used. If you prefer eco-friendly paint, the finish often has a touch of chalk paint. To go fast, choose a single coat paint. And for rooms with humidity (bathroom, kitchens …), anti fungicides. Sacrum coffee table and armchair and bench.
8. GLOSSY OR MATTE?
The finish is important. If the wall you want to paint is perfectly smooth, you can choose a glossy paint. Otherwise, better matte, so you can hide the defects.
9. WHAT FURNITURE WILL YOU HAVE?
Keep them in mind when choosing the color of that wall because everything has to be in harmony. Headboard, bedspread, cushions, and covers, in Azalea Decoration.
10. SAMPLES AND SAMPLES
And of course, before you stick to a particular color, make several swatches and look at them at different times of the day and in artificial light. You will just decide.
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