Looking to Hang Your Wall Pictures? First Choose the Correct Interior Paint Colours – Part 2

How did you find the first post of the blog series on how to pick the correct interior paint colours? Did you get to try any of the points in the post. If no, we have some more hacks for you in the second part of the blog series right below:

Look outside for ideas

The outside of your interior gives more scope for colour paint inspiration. Regardless of what you choose: foliage green or the relaxing blues of the beach, exterior-inspired colours patterns and schemes are guaranteed to keep your calm and collected. You can do this easily by experimenting with your favourite colours at all times, and with the window treatments open and shut to get a somewhat lifelike view of how your choice will play out.

Look for paint colours in Artwork

There is a secret to how interior designers choose colours for their clients: they look at their artworks and pick the cue. Most artists are good at harmonizing light and colour, and this is evident in how they create their own colour arrangement for their pieces. This very little insight can help you pick colours from your favourite art work or pieces. You can also opt for complimentary colours from the same art work or pieces to create a custom colour scheme.

Look to Historical Colour Inspiration

When it comes to decoration, don’t settle with Craftsman color schemes just because you have to do so. There are historical paint colours which several leading paint brands offer. These collections should inspire you to personalise and craft your own decorating style.

Going for undertones to find your perfect paint colours

It can be plainly icky for you when you discover the undertones, nothing but the colours sneaking beneath your favourite colours, when picking interior paint colours. For example, simple beige cannot be taken lightly if it has a strong green undertone lurking beneath it. Sample the colour to read how an undertone will show up in your home. Check out for undertones from other surfaces in the room as your paint can give you a different look altogether due to reflection; therefore, sampling is the only way forward.

There are some more factors we’d like to cover. But that’s in our concluding blog. But do stay with us until we update the final part of the blog series.