Trendy pastels or bold dark tones?
Choosing wall paint colours is not a piece of cake. Whether you plan to refresh your walls or rematch interior trends, it is essential to gain an insight into the colour scheme and its philosophy. What colour combination will suit your interiors best? Just basics of colour theory will probably let you learn a few easy concepts which you may use anytime you decide to redecorate or refresh your home.
Likely, when you turn the colour wheel, you notice those tints first which are the closest to your heart. And that’s a great thing! Using your favourite tint helps in creating a colour scheme around it. Get inspired with catalogues, but do have a look on latest Instagram posts under respective hashtags too. The most inspiring Instagram photos you can save and go back to them anytime. Another useful option is creating inspiration boards on Pinterest that all your favourite ideas will be in one spot. It is important to find out where will be the focus in a room. We suggest choosing vibrant, darker colours when the maximum focus is planned to be on the wall. If decors are supposed to catch attention, it is advised to use neutral wall paints.
Walls with flaws do not like sheen.
The less sheen in a paint, the more wall defects covered. Additionally, every sheen has different features, that is why testing should be done on a small part of the wall. To better understand the role of sheen and undertones, you may ask for help a paint store employee or a home renovation advisor. While testing does not forget about furniture, fabrics and textures which will be present in the room. It is suggested for the perfect wall paint to correspond with each part of the interior environment. If you are not pretty decisive about the colour, take one of the favourite printed materials – usually, bedding, table linens or pillows work the best. If you would like to choose more subtle tones, take a look into smaller details and patterns. For an accent wall choose the boldest colours in the print. Bringing inspiration from the outside can help you create the colours vibes inside. It is crucial to remember to test the colour shade possibly at all times of the day.
It’s a myth that each room in the house must have its own character. For smaller homes, a flowing paint colour will visually extend the space. It may provide a calming, relaxing atmosphere too. Choosing a theme, an accent colour, which will be used in different amounts in each room, is a great interior tip used by designers. If you like to experiment with different colours, it would be great if tones would compliment each other. An ideal strategy is to get limited to three colours from the palette. Preferably the ratio for light, medium and dark tones should be 6:3:2.
Last but not least, you might get some help of technology in choosing the perfect fit for your walls. The most popular paint colour apps give you an option to try any colour you see and visualize it on the screen of a tablet or phone, as long as your camera can see your room’s walls. You may find your colour in artwork or in a lighter or darker shade of your favourite T-shirt. In a nutshell, try to be consistent with the colour scheme and follow your heart, because you should feel the best in your interiors. Feel free to ask us for more detailed and comprehensive suggestions. Our renovation specialists are always ready to give a piece of advice.