What color should I paint my living room walls?

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    cookie1978posted 7 years ago

    What color should I paint my living room walls?

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  2. Loveslove profile image60
    Lovesloveposted 7 years ago

    If  that was my room and I was keeping the brown curtains and carpet then i would go for a magnolia colour to lighten it up add  some turquiose or  duck egg blue cushions and paint that black furniture  a light colour

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    foreignpressposted 7 years ago

    If that's the room it's hideous. Too much brown and those curtains must have been salvaged from a barn fire. First of all ask, "What's the purpose of the room?" If it's a main room then a neutral color on the walls and a subdued offsetting color carpet on the floor. Dark blue curtains is a nice contrast on both windows. This scheme gives the room warmth and depth. This doesn't have to be done all at once (considering cost). But it would be a nice project over time.

  4. creativity33 profile image54
    creativity33posted 7 years ago

    Dear Cookie
    In your living room, a lot of neutral colors. The walls look very flat,  the ceramic tile looks to have a rust coloring.Llightening the walls is a good idea. As I look, the furniture is modern black somewhat dominating try a pale shaded  brown pillow. Paint the rust coloring from the floor around the window seals. Paint the ceiling molding a shade up or down in the same color palate of beige browns. Use your black furnitue in a seprate grouping with a light pillow, or closer to one of the windows. add black pillows to the sofa. Use the same design curtain s that you have on your window. Use a few more lamps, even add a pinch or rustic red colored pillow

  5. beatmakersnet profile image59
    beatmakersnetposted 5 years ago

    probably a neon green color and then leave one side of your room that horrid orange color that would look sweet

  6. wanna know ask me profile image60
    wanna know ask meposted 5 years ago

    Try sherwin williams Kilm beige or Macadamia. I have flipped over 100 homes and as these are their #1 and #6 most sold colors I believe it will be 1000% better than the HORRIBLE must have been a mistake color on the walls now!!!! any question text me as i have owned a custom paint company for 17 yrs. 574-551-2940

 
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