Help with color selection: how to create beautiful color palette at home
Be not discouraged. With these strategies, the construction of a coherent range for your whole House is less difficult than it seems.
Now we want to search another look werfeb and us on our work for new ways for color inspiration around him. Today, we are ready to tackle the last and perhaps the greatest challenge to complete the last part of our color series: today we want to talk about it, how you can spice it up the whole House by colors! Great theme, isn’t it?
When choosing a paint color is difficult, how to find matching colors for a whole House? How can you know that they fit together? Where do you start? Join us as we navigate the process of selecting the colors for a whole House and collect inspiration (and perhaps also a little courage) to fight your own walls.
Keep in mind what room within sight of each other are
Go through your House and note which areas from every room you can see. Use a floor plan (a rough sketch is fine), to keep the overview.
Adjoining rooms are a part of it, but you may be able to see quite a bit – down of a Hall and into the kitchen, for example. These notes form the basis of your entire House color plan, so keep them handy.
Start by selecting a color for the largest centrally located rooms
This will be your living room or the kitchen most likely, and it is a great place to start working on your whole House range.
If you have stressed the selected colors, you choose a soft, neutral shade for the main room, what facilitates the selection of the other colors. And you can really make anything wrong with white paint.
Or start with the room that you want to paint with the wildest color
If you like to have a color and have a specific color in the sense of a specific area, you can start from there. See the bold coloured room and choose a softer color for the next room. You can use of course bold colors side by side, but that means more risk of bear – painter, caution!
create your palette with shades of the same color
Once you have chosen a color for your first room, a simple way is to choose shades of the same colour for adjacent rooms or walls. You can choose a shade from a nearby color map to mix the next move up or down on the same color card or even the same color with white to get a lighter version.
The nice thing about this method is that you can also be sure that the colors go well together.
If you select colors for an open space, have a strategy
If much of the House is visible at once, as is shown here at the open space plan, the selection of colors that fit together, is particularly important. Colors or tints (colors are darker; Tones are brighter) in the same color kind of space can work well in this. Another approach is to use an environment as inspiration for the entire room. The colors that fit well together in nature, will work fine as a color for painting.
Working on upper and lower sections
If there is a real distinction between the floors, you can easily make a different mood in the top pane in the colors that you choose.
Note to keep neutral the connection areas
White, beige, Greige and the like is pretty fool-proof ways to halls and landings, and give to rest the eye a place between the areas of more saturated colors.
On the other hand, if you decided to stay with white or soft neutral in your room, you can seem halls like a great place to experiment. There is not a great departure from the other colors that you have used – just a shade or two darker is enough to achieve an effect.
Test your potential range
Test your potential range. If you have narrowed down your color choices and think that you can have some winners, take test pots home. Sample card, also the major of which, can be deceptive.
Painting your own swatches may allow you to access any color in the room. Thus, you can rate them and check if the colors visually linked areas together can work.
bright ambiance in the living room – fresh green colors
In the hallway – potential color palette in dark colors
Chic bedroom furnishings in warm colours
Color palette for an extravagant and luxurious furnished living room