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Livia Land

Interior Designer Tips for choosing a new paint color

December 28th, 2010 at 9:55

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1. Find a starting point. Pull your color inspiration from something already in the room like a rug or a painting. If you plan to use the device in a room and fresh paint, start by finding new items for the room to replace. Looking for a paint color on a rug you love marriage is infinitely easier than trying to find a rug you like to work with the color of your walls.
2. Think what you like and what colors you wear to. If you do not see, and yellow, no yellow paint your master bathroom or you look unhappy with yourself every time you in the mirror. You could see a lot of blue and brown in furniture lately, but if you do not like the blue paint, not only to keep the blue room with the trends.
3. Be inspired! Mother Nature is the best colorist in the world and brings together the most incredible pallets. Look around the exterior color combinations you never thought you could have.
4. Start small and take small steps. If you are a color for the first time try to start in a small space and manageable as a bathroom. The small space allows you to work with you to the new vivid color live in a small amount, the more you’ll have very few accessories needed to pull the look together.
5. Ignore the “rules” that you heard, as dark colors make a room feel smaller for having. Do not let what you said needed to be done right or wrong in choosing colors. Yes, some of these rules have a degree of truth, but the world is not black and white, and should still be in your home.

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