When choosing paint colours for various rooms, it can be easy to forget about the ceiling and to assume white is your only option. But doing this for every room wastes a great design opportunity. Here are some ways to use the ceiling to add interest and drama to your home design. Start With The Walls One approach is to start with the wall colour. If a room has pale but not white walls, consider painting the ceiling two or three shades darker.
When you are painting your residence, you are probably choosing colours that appeal to you so that your house exudes your personality. Commercial painting, on the other hand, should be approached with the aim of attracting your clientele rather than appeasing your personal colour preferences. If you are planning on painting your commercial premises, consider the following colour schemes that can suit your business. A green colour scheme Green is a colour that is associated with nature.
When we moved into our house the kitchen was a bit yucky. The wall and ceiling around the oven had turned yellow-brown from years of cooking smells, and there was splattered oil all over the walls. It made the whole room feeling uninviting. As soon as we moved in I knew what I had to do: we scrubbed down the walls and repainted the whole room with new white paint. It was such a simple change with a dramatic impact. This blog is all about changing the mood of a room with a new coat of paint and how you can achieve the same effect.