Painting small spaces in your home in Jefferson Town, KY, is not as easy as you may imagine.
Choose the wrong paint color or paint finish, and your already small space could feel even smaller and more congested.
Let your creativity run free for your small spaces with these ideas to decorate your studio or make the most of accent walls, corridors, alcoves, and other corners of your home with paint.
Since color is a less-discussed choice, there is no single recommendation for small rooms, but by choosing a light color for surfaces above eye level, you create a visual impression of a larger space.
Light colors can help make a room appear taller or wider, especially if the room is small or has a low ceiling.
Also, consider covering the ceiling with a lighter shade or a shade that varies slightly from the color of the walls.
The subtle contrast adds depth and dimension to the room without breaking the unity of existing colors.
For the ceiling, the mat finish is the most commonly used.
In a small bathroom, take the opportunity to express your creative sense through color.
No natural light? No problem.
Rich and vibrant colors can be combined with artificial lighting sources to brighten up your space.
A wall covered with an accent color immediately attracts attention, whatever the room.
If you live in an apartment, condominium, studio, or house with several small rooms, bold color on one wall makes it easy to add architectural interest to a small space.
Consider shades that brighten up a room and infuse your interior decor with a bit of the sky blue.
Many of the hallways are narrow and poorly lit, especially in townhouses and apartments.
The pale colors make it possible to open up this constricted spaces.
If you want to add a soft glow and a little warmth to what is often overlooked in a home, consider colors like Antique White or Soft Satin to light up and brighten up your hallways.
In addition to making them appear larger, these colors reflect natural light, drawing it from other rooms in the house.
Is your hallway dark? Consider an off- white for a refined decor that elegantly illuminates dark passages.
To avoid overloading the room, create an effect of continuity between your furniture, your shelves, and your wall.
Choose shelves and a wall of the same color.
Your furniture will appear to occupy less space in your room.
And if you have enough light in your room, consider using this technique with a bright color rather than with white paint.
To give the illusion of a larger room, you can play with color contrasts from one wall to another.
By painting the larger wall in a light color and the other walls in a darker shade, you will significantly change the perspective of the room.
To create depth, you can also paint on a light wall, a brighter horizontal stripe, the same color as the wall facing it.
A nice way to modify the perception of space.
To enlarge a room, you can also play on contrasts.
A dark wall in a well-lit room with light tones will bring a warm effect without shrinking the room.
If you need any help to choose the paint colors and repainting your home’s interior, Serious Business Painting can help.
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