Colors in painting the house not only determine the painting style and aesthetics of the space, but also intervene even more dynamically in the human senses. Before you start painting your house, it is good to know how the basic colors affect the space.
Depending on the main color they contain, they are divided into two major categories: Warm colors, whose main ingredient is red and cold colors, which move around the palette of blue.
Warm painting colors stimulate the senses, while cool colors give the feeling of peace.
Although the choice of color tone is a personal matter, nevertheless the advice of a professional is necessary. You may like a shade, but this does not mean that it is necessarily suitable for your space, since before the final decision you will have to take into account many parameters. For example, natural space lighting in New Jersey can make the same color give a different effect in a bright room and a completely different one in a dark one.
A small and poorly lit interior will stand out with the right combination of light tones making it look even bigger, while on the contrary a bad assessment could make the same space look melancholy and unpleasant.
The earth tones on the walls of the rooms create a sense of intimacy, while the application of a style can radically change the style and aesthetics, magnetizing the eye.
How do I combine colors in different painting styles?
Choosing colors for a home is not always an easy task. The palette of colors and painting shades that will ideally highlight your space needs study and inclusion of many parameters. The natural and artificial lighting, the furniture, the layout of the spaces must be combined with the style you want to give but also your personal taste.
Emphasize architectural details. Columns, windows or decorative frames will stand out more if you use a darker color and can make a difference.
Pipes, gutters, chimneys should be painted in the color of the walls to better integrate into the aesthetics of the building and not look like foreign bodies.
Think… ecologically! Light colors are more reflective in sunlight and keep the house cooler during the summer months.
Do not be fooled into exaggerating: Up to three shades for the exterior of your home are in most cases enough.
Before making any decision, try to think about the overall picture of the space: The colors of the furniture, the curtains and the style of the lamps in the room. Structural elements such as beams and columns that may seem out of place, can become part of the interior decoration if they stand out with the right colors.
Light colors make the room look bigger and are preferred for large surfaces. With dark shades you can emphasize and highlight the details you want. But if you use a dark color as a base, then there is a risk that your space will look hazy and melancholic.
Experiment if you want with fashion trends. But do not rely solely on them because fashion changes and then maybe your space seems outdated. Rely on consistent values and paint the details with a fashionable color so you can easily change it whenever you want.
Handle color contrasts moderately. Similar tones in a space create a feeling of “continuity” and grow grow perception. Contrasting colors in a room give the feeling of liveliness, but they should be used in moderation because there is a risk of exaggeration.
Neutral colors create a feeling of security and peace, but let the eye pass indifferently through the space. A style can radically change the image of a room and turn any ordinary space into a spotlight.
5 Popular Gikas Painting Styles
Styles are special painting techniques that are applied indoors. They require specialized knowledge and special application tools to have the best possible result. The most common styles are the following:
1. Pressed cement
Pressed cement mortar finds ideal application in floors, bathrooms and stairs. Thanks to its elasticity, it remains unchanged over time, while impurities with paints and varnishes make it a powerful weapon in any decoration.
2. Base-relief wall
With special rollers and coatings that contain marble, stone, etc., we can give the wall an impressive relief effect.
3. Imitation wood
To give the wall the impression of a wooden surface, we use special combs that create streaks and roses.
4. Imitation of marble
The style that gives the image and texture of marble is one of the most impressive. It is created with a suitable combination of colors and polishing of the surface when they dry.
The stencil is mainly used in children’s rooms to give repetitive patterns and borders.
Effect with sponge
It is one of the easiest styles. We pass the wall with the first coat of paint and after it dries, we dip a damp sponge in a darker shade and we pass the wall.
Painting styles dramatically transform any interior. Where can you apply them?
The fireplace catches the eye in every house. A style will make the chimney even more impressive decorative element for your living room. Whether the fireplace is energy efficient or traditional, there are dozens of styles to choose from. In the “pluses” take into account that the style gets dirty more difficult and is much easier to clean than the simple plastic paint.
Steal the impressions from the first moment with style at the entrance.
The internal staircase in the maisonettes “suffers” from dirt and scratches. A style will create impressive aesthetic results and will surprise you with the ease of cleaning.