5 basics for deciding the paint in your interiors

5 basics for deciding the paint in your interiors

Paint is a major part of any interior design venture – when you decide that you want a low-key remodel to change the look of your home, then paint is easiest and most cost effective way to go about it. There are so many options available in this single renovation niche that it can completely change the existing aesthetic of your home. From patterned, textured and ombre to plain Jane hues, paint can embody any aesthetic and manage to deliver the desired ambiance. So whenever you decide that you want a small change within your space, look for your favored paint venture. Below, we’ll be looking at some basics which will help you decide on what choice to go for according to your tastes.

  1. As a background

If you want something that has to make all of your interior accessories pop out then go for a simple pearly white. White paint has a tendency to show-off anything that is placed as its foreground. In the image below you will see just how the white backdrop enhances the colorful tones of the furniture, artwork and flooring without seeming drab or conventional at all.

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  1. Working with dulls

A dull paint scheme has to be complemented with just the right amount of contrast in order to seem amazing. In the image below you will see how the designers have sporadically placed bright, cheerful baubles around and about the space to counter the dull effect of the paint job. They’ve also incorporated a large amount of natural light to make the visuals seem balanced.

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  1. On the merits of ash grey

Ash grey is just a few points up from pearl white and needs to be complemented with a lot of visual clutter in order not to seem too austere. The image below showcases a contemporary kitsch aesthetic with a dull ash grey paint job – the vibrant hues of the furniture scheme make up for the starkness of the painted walls and imbue life into the space at the same time.

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  1. To the beautiful hot pink

Pink – any hue of it – is an atypical color for any conventional interior setting. Anyone would call of all the bets when it comes to emulating a hot pink paint job in your space; but rest assured that it can definitely be carried out in a fun way. Though a little bit eccentric, you could balance it out with a few white surfaces and some strategic furniture choices, as shown in the image below.

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  1. A lime green scheme

Nothing can beat fresh visuals when it comes to lime green – and when you want to imbue that citrusy, refreshing vibe within your home then definitely go for this particular hue. Of course you’ll have to counter some of its visual reflectiveness with other colors – white, red, navy blue or more – but overall it is quite a unique way to add a fresh vibe in your home.

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