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Want to Redecorate Your Living Room? Spruce it Up With Paint!

December 8, 2017

 

Did you know that the colour on the walls in your home can actually impact your behavior?

So, if your living room paint colour has been making you feel "blah," it's not just your imagination. It may be time to spruce things up with some new exciting colours.

If you are ready to redecorate your living room with new paint colours, but aren't sure where to start, you've come to the right place. Let's take a closer look at how to design a new living room aesthetic that will make it your favorite room in the house.

 Choosing a Colour

When choosing living room colours, you want to go with options that will not be overwhelming. Keep in mind that you will likely spend a lot of time in this room, so the colors should be relatively simple.

The Traditional Route

If you have a more traditional design aesthetic, you may choose neutral colors for your living room walls. Tans, beiges, and grays often work well in living rooms.

If you choose a neutral color, you will have plenty of options for furniture that will go well with it. This way, you can redesign the living room later by getting new furniture. You won't have to repaint the whole room to get a new look.

Vibrant Colors

There's no reason you can't let your personality shine by choosing a vibrant colour for your living room walls. A good rule of thumb, however, is to use lighter versions of exciting colours.

For instance, a light blue or a pale green can be a great way to bring colour into your living room. These colours are still muted enough that they will go with a lot of furniture and decor options.

Accenting Your Design

If you are looking to take your living room design to the next level, consider painting an accent wall. An accent wall is one that is painted a different colour than the other walls in a room.

Having one wall accented is a great way to draw attention to a certain part of the space. Perhaps the wall with the fireplace, or directly across from the entrance is where you would like to put an accent. This helps guides your guest's gaze where you want it to go.

Also, since an accent is only on one wall, you can get away with choosing an interesting colour. Painting one wall in your living room orange or pink can make a bold statement about your design choices. Or, you can decide to paint your accent wall with a stripe or similar pattern.

Redecorate Your Living Room Today

With these tips in mind, you will soon be on your way to designing a beautiful living room that you love spending time in.

If you want to give your home a professional look, contact us for a free quote. We make the process to redecorate your living room easy and painless.

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