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How to Choose Idealistic Paint Colours For Every Room of Your House

Updated on April 27, 2011

House painting can be fun and it should not be difficult at all. I personally delight this because I can see colours arrive to life. However, deciding the inappropriate paint colors for every room is a formula for tragedy.

Every householder wants to make his house look everlasting and one of the things you will be able to do to achieve this is by deciding the correct paint colors for every room in your house. For the living-room, there's actually no more formula and it depends upon what climate you want to emit. If you like it warm and cozy, you should option for colors like eggshell, shades of yellow, orange and beige.

Other people decide paint based on the biggest piece of furniture in the board, the focal point of the room, the ceiling's elevation and the light it gets. Experimentation on colours and designs so you will be able to make a fashionable and great appearing room to make the right statement. Make a point you plan all room color to maintain harmoniousness and coordination specially the rooms that are visible from your living room.

For instance, if your living room is bright red, you do not want your kitchen to be painted avocado or olive green. I personally like using Benjamin Moore's website so I can try different colors and see what will match.

Brown, beige, gray and white are the distinctive colors for the bath-room but if you make bold to be different then you can accept cool/peaceful colors like blue, green or purple.

These are also idealistic for bedroom particularly whenever you desire colors that stay restfully in the background. Pink is said to have a calming mood, yellow increases energy, orange arouses appetite and conversation (which is why it's a good color for the kitchen or dining area), red adds drama, green is brushing up and cool, purple creates comfort and blue emits a relaxing mood.

Yes it can be very confusing particularly there are millions of colors to choose from. It took me 2 months before I finally decided what color I want for my bedroom and bathroom but I love the final results so I did not mind at all that I continued looking and painting online to mix and match the everlasting colors.


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    • samironwebtrack profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Thanks for your comment suzie..

    • suziecat7 profile image


      9 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Interesting Hub - you're right, choosing the color that's right is difficult.


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