Although the whole enterprise of an official interior design or renovation is quite costly to a client, it is the actual physical building works that cost the most. They involve dismantling some of the existing stuff in order to build the newer designs, and can cost a lot to the client. Therefore, wall designs that have to be actually constructed can cost the client a lot.
So what’s the cheapest and most affordable way to get the best wall designs? Paint! Painting the walls can be the easiest way to improve your home aesthetic without busting your budget. So today we’ll be sharing 5 tips for renovating with paint!
1. A single feature wall
Most of the time, a single feature wall painted in the color of your choice can be enough to uplift your entire interior design. For example, the back wall of this living room interior has been done up in a soft blue that accentuates the simplicity of the rest of the design. The sporadic dark colors also contrast and complement the feature wall design.
2. Decorate with lighting
If you feel like simple paint is too plain for your design tastes then try using lighting to embellish and highlight the overall design. You can use accent lighting of different types to do so. For example, track lights can make beautiful accents on painted walls. Similarly, recessed or cove lights are also a great way to create beautiful effects on paint.
3. Complementary colors
You can also paint your walls to complement the material palate of the overall interior design. The mustard colored wall in this particular interior design is a great example of such a design technique. It effectively camouflages the wooden parts of the design and makes for an attractive feature wall.
4. All white
White is a very reflective hue, and as such it looks quite ephemeral when used in paint form in any interior design. However, popular styles like minimalism and Scandinavian styles use a lot of white in their respective color palates and paint is the best way to articulate it.
5. In small accents
Painted walls in small accents are a great way to add interest in your overall interior design scheme. This way, you can complement the rest of your design with small material accents and well, and the overall result ends up looking very cleverly designed and interesting.