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How to Choose a 'Safe' Color to Paint Your Rooms

Many people are afraid to make the leap from 'builder's beige' toa more daring color choice. What holds you back? Are you afraidthe color will be too strong? Not match your furniture? Or you'llbecome ...

Many people are afraid to make the leap from 'builder's beige' toa more daring color choice. What holds you back? Are you afraidthe color will be too strong? Not match your furniture? Or you'llbecome tired of it and have to start over again?

While you're debating the work involved you are missing out onone of the basic elements of design that can change the entirelook of your room for under $50. Your tired furniture can becomenew again and a mismatched room can have designer flare! So, howdo you choose the right color?

The first recommendation is to choose a tinted neutral. Why isthat? Instead of choosing rich, deep colors for your firstproject, you will likely feel more comfortable with a neutralsuch as beige or gray which will not date the room or create ajarring palate that you will easily tire of.

However, when you go to your local home improvement store youwill be faced with a sea of color swatches - hundreds of versionsof basic beige and gray to choose from. So before you go,consider these steps to choosing the right color for you.

If you like the feel of a warm and cozy room - think offireplaces, brown leather and sunsets - then you'll want to startwith a beige tone.

Now, consider your furniture and accessories. What colors do yousee? If you have a lot of black or navy you may wish to choose abeige with orange or pink undertones to keep the look warm. Ifyou have browns or reds in your furniture, select a cooler beigewith ashy tones to avoid 'overheating' your room.

If you prefer a cooler, airy look - chrome, glass and shades oficy blue - then select gray tones. Some stores will have a 'truegray' color swatch which you can use to compare with theirdesigner selections. On comparison you will notice that each grayhas undertones. Some will have blue or lavender tones, others mayhave green or even a hint of pink.

Using the same guide as stated above, identify the main colors offurniture and accessories in the room. Use green or pink tonedgreys with cool toned furnishings to avoid it from feeling likean ice box. Use blue or lavender undertones in rooms with warmercolored furnishings.

If you are really torn between beige or gray, than the easiestcolor to work with is green. Keeping it in a muted tone will makeit very easy to live withFind Article, and will work with most colorpalates.

Painting rooms with color will bring the finishing touch to yourhome - don't you deserve it?

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Johnson Design specialise in Interior Design and Decorating. He is also CEO of http://interior-design.monstercyber.com



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