CHOOSING THE RIGHT COLOR FOR MY HOME

When you are seeking for a home, whether it is new or previously owned, the first thing that comes to your mind is: Can I possibly live there? The answer to this question will depend on countless factors, but one of the most essential basics is the attractiveness of the house. When you enter into a new place, the first thing you notice is its appearance. Paying careful attention to your interior painting is a key aspect for your home decoration and comfort.

Moving into a new house is one of the most significant steps you can take. Home builders usually create a neutral look to all houses, which entails a light color palette for carpets, countertops, cabinets and particularly plenty of white walls. Nonetheless, homeowners want to have a fresh start, and lately, white is not the best option for their interior painting anymore.

Even though white walls can give the impression of an expanded space; if every room is lacking color, it can also feel overly cramped. White definitely looks modern and elegant if you pick the right décor, but white walls are hard to keep clean and they promptly expose any defect. You obviously want your home to feel cozy, and the only way to do it is by giving your walls a burst of life.

The hardest part of interior painting is the selection process. You need to think, what color works best for your walls? Which one defines better your personality? And most importantly, which one matches better with both your decoration and qualities. Remember that this is your house, so when it comes to color selection, try not to listen to others opinion. You are the one who has to look at the walls everyday. If you are still uncertain about your painting, look at the rest of your house and try to match the color with your décor. Try to make them synchronize with each other.

Consider your personality and size of the room for your final color. If you or your family are energetic, brighter colors will work better than soft colors for your house. On the other hand, light colors will be a better option for a study room or a room designed to keep silence. The size of your room is also a factor you need to reflect on. Darker colors can visibly reduce the size of a room, whereas lighter colors can open up a space.

If you are still unsure on what interior painting you should choose for your home, you can always ask an expert from Angelo’s Painting and he’ll be glad to guide you on the amazing journey of enhancing your house. Feel free to contact us and one of our professional painters will be in touch with you quickly.

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