Painting the interior of your house can be an overwhelming experience. But if it you are a novice and willing to learn, then it is advisable to run through a few tips on choosing the colour shades, faux pas painting, panel painting techniques and decorative art.
Compared to the other décor invested, painting is the cheapest and allows more modification. The furniture and artefacts have longer life, but painting allows you to incorporate more decorations in alluring designs. It is prudent to finish all the interior designing work done, choose the upholstery, allocate and label the rooms, design and install bath fittings, tiles work and then go on an elaborate search to choose the right colour for the walls of your home.
The range in white and off white colours is amazing. To accentuate or simplify the interior it is natural that most paints end up in whites. For a change, choose pale colours like peach, matte yellow or grey hinted blue. Going for a contrast colour on the window wall is another latest idea which is the ideal way to break the monotony. Blend it with a matching curtain and contrasting curtain holders to enhance the appeal.
The palette of colours is an unending list. The samples have fancy names but please carry samples of fabrics of your sofa cover, curtains, rugs and carpets. Children’s room can have thematic representations of cartoon characters or a fairy tale depiction. Disney land characters, like Minnie and Mickey are common. Whimsical walls with the depiction of Alice in Wonderland or creating a water effect on the wall like the story of the Mermaid are decorative ideas. Involve a Doll house representing such characters. Bed covers offer a range in children’s specials.