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One of the most visually rewarding projects you can do is to give your home a new look with a fresh paint job

HOW INTERIOR PAINTING CAN HELP TRANSFORM THE INTERIORS OF YOUR HOUSE

  • How Interior Painting Can Help Transform the Interiors of Your House

Interior decoration and paint go hand-in-hand. The fact that colours have the power to transform the look and feel of a space have a huge bearing on the choice of paint and colour that you want to have on the walls inside your house. For example, people who want a space to look airy, spacious and big choose to paint their walls in the tones of white. Those who wish for a more grounded, heavier and rich look choose to mix in some darker colors in the design. How interior painting can help transform the interiors of your house? Read on to find out.

Factor #1: The background

Walls are the biggest structures inside a room. As such, the colour you drape them in will define the aesthetics of that room. If you wish to draw focus away from the walls and onto the other things of interest in the room (can be anything, like a gramophone or an ornate cabinet), paint your walls white. Not only will they provide a good backdrop for other things to come in focus, but also not appear too distracting.

Factor #2: Special corners

If you wish to have a special corner in your room where you would want to draw focus to, you can use textured paint in colors that match the interior design themes. This way, you can highlight the ceilings and the floors as well.

Factor #3: Purpose of the room

There are, broadly, two tones in the colour palette – warm and cool. While warm shades have the power to make you feel energised, positive and stirred, cool colours work to relax your muscles and mood. The walls in your room will have corresponding effect on you – try not to mix the two tones. The factors listed above can be utilised fully to create mesmerising interiors for your house. Try them all!

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