How To Choose The Right Interior Wall Color For Your Home in Denver Metro, CO
When you are painting the interior walls of one of the rooms of your home, one of the most important choices you can make is that of the color, which will be around to some measure for a few years, or at least until you decide to repaint the walls of that room.
While it is true that you don’t have to wait too long to repaint your interior walls if you don’t end up liking the color or colors that you choose, it can sometimes be better to start off with a color that you like for the long haul.
With that being the case, here are some tips on how to choose the right interior wall color for your home in Denver Metro, CO.
See What Is Popular For The Year
As cliche as it might sound, one way to decide on the right interior wall color for yourself is to look at the ‘color of the year’ that certain organizations choose.
Pantone, one such organization, chose ‘classic blue’ to be their color of the year for 2020, and referred to it as being as being ‘timeless and enduring’ — two qualities which are surely good for a room over a long period of time.
Though you can choose to pick the exact color that is deemed to be the so-called color of the year for these organizations, you can also just use the colors chosen as an inspiration for your own color choices, such as a variation.
Don’t Pick A Color Based On How Chips Look In The Store
There’s something to be said for how a paint color looks in the paint store, but as good as they might look there you should be well aware that the color will look entirely different when you get home and have it in your selected room.
This is because the lighting in your room will not necessarily be at all the same as the lighting in the paint store and it is more variable, being a bit brighter during the day and darker at night depending on your placement of lamps and the like.
As this is the case, the best thing to do instead of looking at paint chips in the store is to take small paint samples and use it on an inconspicuous part of your wall and see how it looks under different lighting conditions.
If it looks good, you will know that it will be a good color selection for the room — and if it doesn’t look good, you’ll have only spent a few dollars on the sample paint.
Consider What Looks Good With The Rest Of The Room
Though it’s true that furniture comes and goes in our homes, it can be a good idea to try to match the paint colors in the room you are painting to the themes present in the rest of the room.
Take, for example, if you have a brown leather sofa in your living room — you would want to paint your living room walls a color that would be appropriate with that kind of couch.
Consider The Other Rooms In Your Home As Well
In addition to what you have in the one room in your home, you may want to think about the other rooms in your home and what the colors are in those rooms.
If you were to go from a room with all light green walls and then go into a room with bright pink walls, it might be a bit jarring.
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