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HOUSE PAINTING TIPS
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT COLOURS?
Choosing colours when decorating your home can be a daunting task as you may not know if the colours match well before they are painted on the walls. Colours play a role by differentiating and highlighting objects and spaces. Its characteristics can also affect our mood or make a room appear different, simply by the way it is decorated.
Here are some useful tips to consider when choosing colours.
WHAT EFFECTS DO COLOURS HAVE?
These hues are usually understated, such as white, black, grey and tan. You may have all your walls in a soft eggshell colour and offset this single colour with bold furniture and appealing look.
These are bold colours that are often used as highlights for a room. Use accent colours such as red and yellow for furnishings and feature walls to create a visual interest.
Each colour radiates its own energy to influence emotion. They can simulate relax, cheer you up or make you melancholy. For example, blue creates a calm and relaxed environment while green is refreshing.
HOW DO YOU COORDINATE THE COLOURS?
After determining the kind of mood you hope to create, how do you coordinate the colours for your walls and furniture? Here are some simple theories to guide you with the use of this colour wheel.
Choose any shade, tint or tone of one colour, for example red-violet, to create a simple colour scheme based on the lighter or darker variations of red-violet. You could also add neutral colours such as white and grey for extra visual interest.
Choose two colours that lie opposite each other on the colour wheel with the greatest contrasts, such as blue and orange. The vivid clash of tones can create and uplift the home.
Choose two or three colours lying next to each other on the colour wheel. For example, combine red with red-orange and orange. The colour effect should be subtle or striking, depending on the shades, tints or tones you choose.
Use three colours that are equidistant on the colour wheel, such as red-orange, blue-violet and yellow-green. For best results, you should use one dominant colour and the two others as subtle colours.
EFFECTIVE USE OF COLOURS
HOW TO MAKE YOUR CEILING LOOK HIGHER?
The colours you use can affect the impression about the size of your house. To make the ceiling look higher, you can use 3 varing shades of colour. Use the strongest colour for the floor of the room, then paint the walls with a medium shade and the ceiling with the lightest colour. It makes the ceiling looks higher that it actually is.
HOW TO MAKE A FEATURE STANDS OUT?
To make the favourite features e.g. window frames, arches, picture frames or ornate cornices in your room stand out, use contrasting colours. This will help the viewer to focus on the the highlighted objects.
HOW TO MAKE THE HALL LOOKS WIDER?
To make a narrow hallway looks wider, you can use a darker shade of paint for the walls at the back and a light shade of paint for the walls in front.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR ROOM LOOKS WARM AND INVITING?
To give your room a warm and inviting look, use colours that naturally invoke a sense of warm feeling. You can use colours that are more red or yellow to create a room that looks cosy and warmth.