Choosing contrasting colors of interior paint
Choosing interior paint colors allows you to create a design in your home that is special to you. A common pattern is to choose two contrasting colors to maximize the flow of the rooms in your house. Contrasting interior colors will be in different color walls or on the walls and another at the edges and trim the room. There are many combinations different to paint your interior that allow you to be creative when decorating your home.
Determine which items are permanent in your home to paint. For example, paint the walls a dominant color and kitchen cabinets, fireplaces, shelves and other accessories in a contrasting color.
Choose a focal point of the room (a window, moldings, an arched window). Paint it with a lighter or darker with the dominant color.
Use alternative colors from the same palette. For example, use paint lavender clear edges and a dark purple color on the walls.
Emphasizes the characteristics of the room with contrasting wall colors. Paint the walls with a short and long light colored with a darker one.
Paint the room bigger with darker walls and lighter colors on the edges to create a sense of intimacy color. Do the opposite for rooms smaller, paint the walls with light colors and darker colors the edges.
Please review your paint colors under different lighting schemes. Incandescent bulbs are warm colors give an intense sensation due to the brightness that creates more color distortion. Compact fluorescent bulbs do not tend to distort the colors of paint.