Interior painting choices can transform the atmosphere of an entire room with a relatively inexpensive price tag.
Traditionally, people go with a darker color to match the seasonal mood, however, many designers are opting for lighter colors to cozy up to your space and improve the mood during dreary winter months. Since so many people are spending more time at home this year, here are some interior painting tips to keep in mind while tackling your next home improvement project.
Caramel & Cream
While caramel brown isn’t necessarily a bright and cheery choice, the addition of silvers and whites throughout the room will really make a space feel clean and renewed.
Think: snowy white out— with fun textures throughout a room and even some satin or velvet accent furniture, these color choices are sure to be a showstopper. A bright twist on a comfy winter look. Perfect for a bedroom or living room.
Blue & Bright
A medium tone blue-green will make your space feel like a luxurious spa getaway. The warmer green tones within the accent color will infuse a gloomy blue with some brightness.
These colors are reminiscent of an ocean view and inspire the same tranquility – a perfect choice for a bathroom or living space.
One of the trendiest choices in recent years, pink may feel inherently feminine and floral… but this choice may be the perfect accent to brighten an otherwise dark room. If your current interior design theme hosts charcoal tones like grey and black, the blush starts to warm up the cold room with a pop of color.
You’ll maintain the sleek ambiance while adding a bit of summery glow. The key here is using pink as the accent shade and keeping the rest of the furnishings relatively neutral.
Your Interior Painting Solution
Paint Denver can help you take your home from cold & bland to bright & cheery – no remodel necessary. For more interior painting tips or for a complete groundOur team of on and off-site supervisors and will be there to help throughout the entire process. From preparing a free quote to readying your space for painting, we have you covered.