Unless you are comfortable with stark, white walls―and some people are―you are probably going to give due consideration to painting the interior of your home.
There are several reasons why you may want to paint your home interior―you’re renovating your house, you’re bored of the existing paint at your walls, you want to enhance the ambiance of your home, you want the walls to complement your furniture and the décor, you read about ‘color therapy’ and want to discover if it really works, you want your neighbors to envy your home interior … well, the list goes on.
Once you have decided to paint, you have to come up with suitable ideas. That opens a whole new can of worms:
- What colors should you use?
- What color combinations will look good?
- What brand of colors should you buy?
- What interior painting techniques should you use?
- What kind of effects can you create?
- Should you do it yourself or call in the professionals?
- If you are going to do it yourself, how are you going to do it yourself?
It will be a good idea to visit your local hardware and paint store and spend some time there looking around. Look at different color samples, match color swathes, ask about different color brands and the differences between them, ask about the technical requirements and procedures
You sometimes feel cramped and corroded when you see yourself seated in a room that resembles a pigeon hole. Claustrophobia grabs you, chokes you and urges you to run out of the house. “How could I breathe, leave alone live in this house where things gouge out from all corners, leaving no space for free movement, thereby asseverating the appearance of cracks and crevices” You mumble. I understand your state. I know how you wish your house could endure the Midas touch and become spaciously superlative. Well, this article will help ‘you’ do that. You could possess the Midas touch you have been waiting for, by applying some painting tips for small rooms. Sounds strange … impossible? Read on to believe your eyes!
Rooms are living spaces and it is you who makes it live-able. Have you been to a house where you have found everything, right from the room, to the furniture, to the storehouse, spell ‘space’? One reason could be the carpet area being larger when compared to the built up area of your house. However, if the houses have the same carpet area and you still find your house strongly resembling a bird nest and your neighbors house being a humongous area, you ought to do something about it. A fact hard and heartening to digest,
Southwest home decorating is popular with people from all backgrounds. When you normally think of this style, you think of deserts, cactus, and saloons. If you are the kind of person who loves simplicity and the beauty of nature, then this style of decorating will suit your home the best.
You can use shades of coral, purple, brown, and blue. The beautiful, saturated colors can be used on the walls. You can blend shades like cactus green with pinks and reds. You can also use neutral colors (if you do not want to use too much color in your room) on three walls of your room and one bright color on one of the walls to give an outstanding look to the room.
Southwest pottery is versatile and adds substance to the style. You can get these beautiful potteries in various sizes. You can use this decorative piece as a vase for bright sunflowers or as a pretty thing to look at. You can also use this as a canister to keep flour, sugar, or things you generally store in containers.
You can also use pottery like terra cotta as home décor in the gardens. Terro cotta is long-lasting and holds up to heat very well. You can color the pots with colorful paints for your plants and