Interior house painting colors

If you live in a house with either small rooms or rooms that are too large and can’t budget for a major renovation, don’t lose hope. Painting can be the solution. It is not only easy but also inexpensive. Picking certain colors can actually make a room appear much larger or smaller than it is.
Below are some interior house painting colors that play an important role in the appearance and size of the rooms:

Colors to make smaller rooms look larger

Cool, light tones and shades are ideal colors for smaller rooms, not only because they make the best use of any natural light that enters the room, but also because they can visually open up a room. To make smaller rooms look larger, maximize natural lights as much as possible and avoid using multiple shades.

Colors to make larger rooms look smaller

Larger and longer rooms can be problematic, particularly when they are used for entertainment purposes. Picking out the right paint colors can help. Applying darker colors and warm shades on the most remote and distant wall can have an effect of making it seem much closer, especially if the adjacent walls are painted in lighter colors.

Ideal colors for low ceilings

Low ceilings can make a room feel claustrophobic. To make a low ceiling appear higher:
Use a satin, semi-gloss or gloss paint on the ceiling. Paint the ceilings in vertical stripes.
Use the same color on the wall and the ceiling because this can blur the line between where the wall ends and the ceiling begins.

Contact Ed’s Painting & Construction Today

No job is too big or too small for our expert painting contractors. Our goal is to ensure your satisfaction. We will make your room look beautiful with finely finished paint work. If you have interior home painting as your next project, call us at 201-582-6663 and 845-213-3188 or email at info@edspaintingconst.com.

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