Painter & Decorator Glendale AZ - Color Choices
Color choices for your interior and exterior painting project
There is so many choices you will need to make before carrying out any house painting or commercial painting projects.
As professional painters, let us help guide you.
Instead of us trying to give you a lesson on color theory, we can skip all that and get down to the roots of picking colors that are pleasing. After all, it's your home and you live there, or your place of work.
We're a professional painting Company and here to help you make your choices.
Painting the interior of your home is not complicated. But choosing paint colors can be pretty scary because most of us know that when we use the wrong colors, the area just doesn't seem right or look right and the whole project just seems to fall apart.
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Instead of us trying to advise you on what color is perfect for your interior painting project, it's better if we advise you on ways to figure out what is perfect for you.
As your friendly painting contractor, we're here to help.
To figure out what's right for you, the best road to success is to answer some simple questions regarding your likes and dislikes. After all every homeowner is different, which is represented by the start of how they live and their lifestyle.
Color choices are often aligned to the outlook of the individuals making them. The color scheme is simply a group of colors that sit well together. Using nature's example, there are all the colors in the world put together.
Have you ever seen any colors in nature the look ugly? There are some but not that many.
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One way of messing up your color scheme is by having too many colors. Think of something that's really ugly that already exist in nature and looks gross.
This then will give you some guide, to what colors don't really go together. Looking for colors in nature that sit well together, is the key.
The best thing to keep in mind is that simpler is better when it comes to designing the color palette, for your home painting project.
To keep it straightforward and have the best chance of successfully choosing the right colors the first time, people limit and narrow your color choices down to three colors at most. Picking three colors it go together is a lot easier than picking five or more.
So what is the simplest way to pick three colors?
Go with picking a color you really like and then go up three shades from that one, pick it and then down three shades for the other pick.
Or pick two colors that go well together. Be sure there is sufficient contrast between the two, but not too much between them. You want them to look good enough to be put on the same wall, even though in practice we wouldn't normally do this.
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You can always let your trim be the third choice.
Pick two colors that look good together for all the walls and a third color which can be used in accessorizing, that will make a pop of color.
Another way of looking at it, is to ask yourself what colors don't you like? Just avoid those colors for any residential painting project!
Think about the moods you will be in in different spaces and rooms of your home. For example, the bedroom is a place for relaxing and sleeping, therefore strong vibrant stripes, shapes and patters, isn't conducive to relaxing as you walk in your bedroom.
Something more muted, like plain off white or something easy on the eye but plain, so as not to wake up the brain with visual stimulants.
A very simple way of looking at it, is that if you were the type of person who sits and enjoys relaxing with a good book, or taking a long bath, then more muted colors is the way to go.
However if you're more active in your lifestyle, you enjoy a quick shower, you move from room to room, and are generally more active, then you may be better suited to brighter paint colors for your residential painting ideas.
Also think about the times of year and the seasons. They will bring with them the various mental pictures and color schemes.
Be aware, it is different for commercial painting projects, however, you could apply the same theories.
When envisioning these favorite things of yours, they'll tell you what colors you're drawn to. With these methods you can come closer to narrowing down your choices.
Once you've narrowed down your choices, then it's time to try out some paints on the wall to see what you like.
After all that, you just need to be true to the feeling of what you want to achieve for each room and space and stick to those choices that make you happy in that space.
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