Are you planning to paint your bedroom, living room or another room in your home? Maybe you’ve painted rooms before, but never enjoyed the work. Well, with just a little preparation, painting a room can be a fun, rewarding project! Discover three tips that can take the stress out of a room painting project.
We all know and are accustomed to the damask floral pattern, we see it in every new collection of classic wallpaper or textiles. Variants and interpretations of a Damask pattern are endless set, and it can be easily found in any wallpaper store or interior of fabrics. We ardently loved this ornament and already recognized it as a modern classic. However, not everyone knows where this mysterious design comes from.
One of the best ways to give a new air to any space in the home is to paint the walls in a different color. Of course, if you choose this option, you should know that depending on the stay and the characteristics of this, you should opt for some tones before others. And you know that colors have a lot of influence both in the perception of space and in the mood.
If you feel like giving a change of air to the kitchen or believe that the walls of this important space in your home need a coat of paint, do not think about it anymore and get down to work. As you know, you can paint them even if they are covered with tiles, since in the market it is possible to find specific paint for this purpose. To give you a hand with this task, today we are going to propose five colors that are ideal for the kitchen. Would you like to join us?
The cold colors are those that, in the chromatic circle, go from the purple to the green, and among which is the blue and the turquoise. All of them with different ranges and intensities. They are tones that are associated with feelings of serenity, spaciousness and freshness, so it may be interesting to use them to refresh environments through color and also in those rooms where calm and relaxation are sought, especially when used in their tones Softer.
Today we are going to see some ideas to introduce these cold colors in the decoration of your house. They are interesting for small rooms because they also amplify spaces, and you can use them in many ways. Discover some of them!
A house that invites relaxation is a home cozy. You may find this sense of calm and tranquility through color we use in the walls, because we can paint shades that create quiet and very pleasant surroundings. Today we will see some ideas to help you get it, using tones that favor the serene relaxation we want to achieve, fundamental to the bedroom, but ideal for any room in your home.
Brown is the color own stability and confidence, so it is very appropriate to create those spaces that encourage relaxation. If you find a tone a bit “bland” you can give a note of color with decorative details, textiles or furniture, always without introducing much fanfare if what we want is just a peaceful stay.