Ring in the new year by updating your interior with a fresh coat of paint with Paint Denver! As winter in Denver is finally settling in and we’re spending more and more time at home, now is the best time to renew your interior with a fresh layer of paint.
We’ve shown you how to find a quality interior painting company and the next big question is what color to choose to paint your home’s interior. As one of Denver’s leading interior painters, we have compiled a list of tips and tricks to help you find the best interior paint colors for your home.
Magazine, Catalogue, and Online Inspiration
The easiest way to get inspiration for a new interior paint color is through magazines, catalogues, or websites such as Pinterest and Instagram. This continues to be a staple in interior design inspiration and can show you new ways to use color for your home. As seasoned interior painters, we can give you some insight and expert opinions on up and coming paint color trends in the Denver area.
Bring the Outside, In
Colorado is lucky to have four distinct seasons, so take advantage of its beauty by bringing some of the colors inside. You can bring in the blue hues of a summer sky or a peaceful white with green and brown accents from a quiet snowfall in the forest. Finding the right paint color in Denver is quite easy when we have the best inspiration all around us.
Correlate with Artwork
We’ve shown you what colors to choose to make your artwork stand out and we can also use that same artwork to find interior paint colors to complement your home. Artists are masters of color and lighting and choosing colors from your favorite artwork can accentuate and uplift your home. We can take that to the next level as masters of interior painting and help you turn your vision into reality.
Use Color Theory
While color theory might seem intimidating, trust us, it’s quite easy if you follow a color wheel. By using a color wheel, you can see what colors relate to and complement each other. To achieve color harmony, you can use a color scheme based on analogous colors, any three colors that are side by side on the color wheel, or complementary colors which are colors directly opposite each other on the color wheel. Knowing these basics will have you correlating color schemes in your home in no time.
Match with Undertones
Similar to color theory, all colors have an undertone that makes them unique. For example, a simple beige might have subtle green undertones. To find what undertones a color has, compare that color to similar colors. If you put up a white next to an eggshell, you might see that it has blue or red undertones. Also, take into consideration the color temperature. Warmer colors will most likely have a red, orange, or yellow undertone while cooler colors have undertones that are green, blue, or purple.
With these new ideas and inspiration, it’s time to refresh and renew your home’s interior with a new interior paint color.