Choosing A Paint Palette For Every Room
  in Your Home

Choosing A Paint Palette For Every Room in Your Home

Here's how to choose a color palette for each room in your home

Interior designers are not the only ones who can create fantastic color schemes for their homes. With a few tips and tricks, even the least creative of us can find a way to really bring more life to a home than white walls.

Fixed elements

By definition, these are the paths of resistance. Countertops, cabinets, floors and anything else that cannot be moved or discarded are considered fixed. If you do not plan to invest in changing these, you must consider their texture and color before embarking on a color scheme for your palette. Most will be neutral toned, but have either warmer or colder undertones. Once these are determined, decide to either match or contrast them.

Color Scheme

Start with a feeling. Many try to point you in the way of inspiration, but what inspires you more if not your feelings? Find out how you want to feel as you enter the room. Then find out if you want a monochromatic, analog or complementary theme. Each one decides which colors of the color wheel you will use.

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With the colors calculated, determine a neutral. This is the color that is consistent in every room. Use it in open spaces. This color can be either a warm neutral, cool neutral or a shade of gray.


Now you need the most striking color. Many suggest that you make this your favorite color and then enhance it. For example, if you like red, go for a light red or grenade.


The accent color is least used but really shows up when you want visual drama. For monochromatic, make sure it's either lighter or darker than the bold color. Choose by analogy either a different shade of bold style or one next to the color wheel. Finally, for free, make sure that this accent is opposite to the bold choice on the color wheel.


Now that you have your schedule, you need to know the best place to paint the colors. For whites, go with trim and different furniture. The neutral color is your standard. Use it in open and connecting spaces besides the bathrooms. Thereafter, the bold color should only be used in places that you want to pay attention to. Finally, use the accent to bring some life to different rooms.

Your house should be connected in both style and color. Fortunately, it is easier than ever to choose a review schedule for its entirety.

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