Color has the ability to transform the appearance of a room. When used creatively, and correctly, you can use the power of color to highlight the room’s features, and disguise any weak spots.
How to paint low Ceiling room:
Use Light colors– white paint on a ceiling is widely used to add height to a room. This illusion works well with any light color. Contrast the light ceiling with a dark, advancing wall color.
Extend the wall color– create the illusion of height by continuing the wall color onto the cornice and skirting. Complement the effect with a light-color paint the ceiling.
Paint Improportionate rooms:
Highlight any feature-Create an eye-diversion by highlighting any one feature in the room. Pick out any details, like skirting or window frames, and gave them a contrasting color.
Paint one wall-Make the room interesting by throwing the room’s proportions out od balance. Paint one wall in a different color. The more contrasting, the better.
Paint for an Awkward room:
Choose one color scheme-With sloping ceiling, it is often difficult to decide when the wall ends and the ceiling starts. Solve this problem by treating the whole room with one color.
Alter the shape of the room-Emphasize the walls strong, advancing color to alter the room’s proportions. For example, make an L-shaped room feel squarer by linking opposite walls together.
Extand your small room:
Choose light tones-White is not the only color to give the illusion of light and space. Cool, light tones have the similar effect.
Paint the wall facing the window-choose a light-color tone. This allows light that comes in from the window to reflect more effectively, creating a bright and airy room.
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