Painting a room can be very exhausting...You have to pick out the colors and make sure they flow through out the home...It can be even more exhausting when you and your partner have to agree! So, here is what I tell my clients...to make it as easy as 1~2~3!
Instead of picking one color to paint your walls, try three on the same color chip. They will all blend but will be much more interesting than just one paint color. Find a paint chip of the colors you want.
Pick three colors on the color chip that are next to each other or try one away from the other color or colors, depending on how dark you want to go in the room. They all are from the same color family except they get darker as you go down the color chip. Paint different rooms one of the three colors.
- Paint the entry the darkest, the living room the lightest, the dining room the middle color.
- You could try the ceiling lightest and the walls the darkest.
- Or the ceiling the darkest and the walls lightest.
- A large wall the darkest and the rest of the walls the middle color etc.
Any combination will work because they are from the same color. It's a great look! And it works well with open floor plans where rooms run together or are seen from other rooms.
Love to you, Screaming Meme