LIVING ROOMS, Small Big Changes, Paint the Walls

Let’s start with white!

White is the first choice for the perfect color, how could it be otherwise? Is it required to provide justification for this proposal? It is bright and serves as a neutral base, allowing us to proceed in any direction in terms of decorative design and colors.

A blank area allows the furnishings to add character to the room. It goes nicely with any finish in carpentry and flooring, and you’ll never get weary of it. It allows you to play with any hue, from black to bright. And they are ideal for you: plants, wood, natural fibers…

There are many possibilities around white, but we invite you to choose other options.

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How to use paint when painting the living room?

The color of the walls is highly important in any place because it has the ability to affect the style and light of an environment. With this advice, we hope to encourage you to break away from the traditional white and add colors to your living room that reflect your individuality and taste.

The application of color to all of the walls is not the only way to paint a room. Today, we see paint employed in novel ways to infuse individuality and style into environments. Of course, painting all of the walls of a room the same color remains the most conventional and versatile option, but there are other ways to apply paint, including:

When we paint only one wall to accentuate a specific area, we call it a focal wall.

Half-painted: half of the wall is colored while the other half is white.

Colored ceilings are a great way to add color in an unexpected way.

Painting in sectors: to delineate spaces and give flair to your walls.

Geometric Murals: Experiment with different colors to make a mural.

Color selection will be heavily influenced by your personal preferences and decorative style. This post will show you 12 different tones and tell you which styles and settings they work best in. To add light and for tiny rooms, choose light colors as a general rule. And if you want to integrate a strong color, you can create a focal wall so as not to clutter the space.

Forgotten colors.

Without knowing why, trends may have something to say about it; there are forgotten hues at the bottom of a drawer that we haven’t used to paint in a long time that, if we think about it, might properly be brought into a room today. Color combinations that are difficult to match and bold tones are the stars of this essay, where neutrals have no place.

Color combinations to paint the living room.

It would not be lying or exaggerating to say that there is an endless amount of color choices for painting the living room, however not all of them would combine or be really acceptable.

The colors in every combination should go together to make a balanced combination.

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