It is difficult not to be caught in color hype; We are flooded with dreamy pictures of painted walls all the time - and they're amazing! If you have been inspired to give your walls a makeover at home, you must go carefully and consider the following painting tips.
How do I want the room to feel?
So many people do not like the mood they want to create in a space before they paint. But trust me when I say it's the most important of the painting tips to consider. Even if you do not paint, and you're just redecorating, you should still take time to think about your homemade mood.
For example, you may want your bedroom to feel calm and peaceful; an oasis to fly to at the end of a long day. The mood orders elicit light tones and something light on the eye. I have never seen a bright red wall feel calm or calm.
On the flip side, you might want your dining room, which you spend only when the guests are over, feeling lively and exciting. White color will not cut this. You can choose something more effective as a darker gray instead.
Do I feel easy?
I ask this question because I get bored of my decor every five minutes. Duty as charged. As you develop your interior style over time, you will learn some secret truths about yourself. For me, I will never ever be able to make a stripped back, for example, all space. I love pictures like this, I'm going over Scandi's home. But I know I love color far too much to not have it in my design.
So be right with yourself when you ask if you get bored easily. If the answer is yes, the electrical color you are considering for your bedroom might not be the best option. It might be better to meet in the middle somewhere; Choose a color that is still eye-catching but a little less lively. A lavender, or a softer pink, or a light blue could be stellar.
If you get bored easily, make sure you choose a color scheme that will work with a range of incoming furniture and decorative items. If it will not play well with lots of other colors, it can be hard to live with.
When am I in the room most?
The colors look different in the morning than they do in an afternoon. In fact, when a nightfall comes and you blink on a light, the color it can throw on your chosen color may look quite different than you thought it would do.
That's why you have to consider how and when you use the space. If you work nine to five, and you spend most of your time in the room at night, you have to take it into account when you are at the color shop that selects the test for your wall. Always keep in mind that the color coating's fluorescent lighting is worlds apart from your natural or overhead lighting at home, so choose your color samples for this.
How big is the space?
If you have your heart put on a dark black wall for your kitchen, imagine, for example, where the room is and what other rooms it floats on.
Open plan spaces often need a big color over all walls, in the same color, so be careful that a color in a bold shade all the way through space will have a big impact on how the room feels. And that can often not result in the mood you imagined.
The old thinking that a small space can not be painted in a dark color is no longer entirely relevant, but only understands that it does not necessarily open the space. Everything goes back to the question of mood. Perhaps you want your little room to feel dark and cozy. If so, go dark all the way!
Have I painted a test on the wall?
Never connect with color paint without painting a test strip or square on your wall. This sounds of course, but some people do not, or they only hold a small color card that they have from the hardware store to decide if they like it.
The best way is to sample your wall in different areas. One near a window, one in one corner, one against the bottom of the wall. Light hits all of these spots differently (as already mentioned above), so you need to get a very correct picture of how the color will live on your walls.
Also note how it looks in the morning compared to at night. If the soft pink you love becomes quite muddy at night when it's darker inside, you may need to go some shades easier.
Do I have the budget (and motivation) to paint?
The wavy people I mentioned above, which I love, are usually more than OK to spend time and money to give their fave colors a step. If this sounds like you, give yourself a bold shade after a try on your wall.
If you are in trouble painting the whole room and do not like the look of time, it's just painting after all. It takes a few hours to chase out a new color and a few days to recycle the space. You never know if you never try, so as long as you get into it and know you may have to paint, I say go for it!
What are some of your tips and ideas about painting when it comes to color for your walls? I would love to hear your success (and disaster) stories in the comments below.Read More...
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