By Maurelle Marchal. Living Room. Published at Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 - 04:49:36 AM.
When we moved into our house, the walls were off-white. Not bad, definitely versatile, but not for us, and definitely not for our furniture and accents. We used our favorite wall color, Sherwin Williams Latte , and...WOW!!!! The room just popped! When your paint colors complement your furniture and accents, and your furniture and accents complement your paint colors...you win. Your style starts working for you.
Remember too that the type of colors you use will determine the level of warmth. The shades you choose can either invite people in, or annoy them. Green is a good color as it is welcoming as well as relaxing. Bear in mind that you have to make certain that whichever hue you decide to utilize, it should complement your carpet and chosen decorative stuff.
One - Start a designing scrapbook. Whenever you come across a picture of a design style or item you like, snip it out and save it. If you don’t want to have a big messy book lying around you can keep an eScrapbook. Just drag and drop any pictures that you find into an online scrapbooking software program as long as the copyright allows you to save a copy.
What are the furniture effects to aim for? Perhaps the antique or the rustic themes are appealing? They should feel cozy all right for those warm little meetings when the sun is setting as a prelude to the fabulous wines and dinners that wait. The memorable occasions with guests and relatives after long decades would turn out to be sublime events amidst the comfort and the color.
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