Five colour schemes for a classic interior
Feb 22, 2017
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Picking colours for your house isn’t just tricky, it can be mindboggling! There are so many things to consider before taking the plunge. Whether you should go for the classic approach or take a more modernistic route to the shades. Then there is the finish that you want to go for, and finally how you want everything to come together on one canvas. Additionally, the ball game while choosing paint for the interior is wildly different from choosing the right paint for the exterior of the house. But the buck stops here! We have taken all the necessary steps and tips that you need before choosing the interior and exterior paint for your house.
Here are the things you need to keep in mind before choosing the paint for the exterior of the house:
Borrow From Your Surroundings:
The first thing you need to keep in mind is to go for colors that go in tandem with the landscape and natural elements around your house. If there are more greens, then you can go for earthy tones like Sunflower White, as opposed to that if there is water around the house, then you can opt for vivid blues and even pinks like Azure Afternoon and Iced Pink respectively.
Consider the Unpainted Elements of the House:
Every home has features that cannot be painted like if there are brick elements, stone accents or a chimney that stands out. If your house has an exterior that boasts of these pieces, then you too need to keep that in mind and make changes accordingly. The paint options that you choose need to have the elements that support these additional accents and work in tandem with them.
Now let’s move on to the tips that you need to keep in mind before choosing the paint for the interior of your house:
Pick the Furnishings Before the Paint:
It is imperative to choose the furnishings and other elements of your décor and interior ideations, before you commit to any decisions about the paint you want to choose for the walls. This is also logical as you will be done with the majority of the tasks before you get onto the finer nuances of paint. Getting done with the bigger things will help you make more efficient decisions about the paint choice.
Always Work with the Right Undertones:
The location, direction and lighting of your house makes all the difference when it comes to the paint choices that you would make. For instance, the same paint looks totally and completely different in different settings. If you are looking at a shade from dawn to dust, the light and shadow play will determine how differently it looks in all the settings. Similarly, in the weather changes, the paint behaves variedly distinctly and that needs to be kept in mind as well. So before you make any decision on the paint color, sit down with it for some days and let it work around various surroundings before you take the call.
Choosing the right interior and exterior paint for your walls might not be a cake walk, but with the right guidance, logistical decisions and time frame, you can make wise choices. We hope that you have a great time planning the paint job of your house with these tips.