The quickest and easiest way to update your home decorating is by using color. How do we determine what color is best for our home? Everyone is different and there are so many beautiful colors in the world.
Ask yourself these questions before you start your interior design project.
First you must decide how you want to feel in your home.
COLOR- HOW IT MAKES YOU FEEL
Interior colors for your home will affect the way you feel.
Where do you start?
Think about how you want to feel in each room of your home. Your colors need to flow through your home, but you can play up one of your colors from your color scheme in one room and another in one of your other rooms.
The Interior Design Color Forecast 2013 has some exciting combinations.
Opposites Attract was the name of an educational seminar put on by Sherwin-Williams Colormix Forecast. that we attended this week.
Fashion colors and furniture are intertwined.
The importance of understanding how fashion inspires the female consumer has begun to permeate product design throughout the furniture industry.
Good interior designers realize that picking out interior designer paint colors that's just right for you will be an important step in your design project.
The colors of nature are breath-taking and can be used to decorate your home.
Last year we visited the state of Texas and while touring the Azalea gardens and zoo we took a few photos you may enjoy. The colors were beautiful and gave us inspiration for these interior design projects. Don't forget to look at nature when considering colors for your home.
Color can make your ceiling higher or bring it down.
I once worked on a large master bedroom with an 8’ ceiling and the client wanted the room to look taller. Solution: We installed a molding on the ceiling around the room that was 8” from the wall . We painted the walls and the ceiling up to the molding a medium-light color. We then painted the ceiling a darker color. The result was that the walls appeared to go right past the ceiling line and to the molding, giving the impression of a higher ceiling.