Adding Colour To The Home Decor
The decorations are plenty and from the traditional red green, silver and gold the spectacular choices we can add to our christmas decorating is plenty. It is especially true at this time of year with Christmas celebrations, family and friends gathering together, our choices are plenty when adding colour to our home decor.
We thought we would share them with you and more likely than not they are probably some of your favourite colours to decorate with too.
From bold and bright, from simple to lavish, our home decor during the holidays is beyond our everyday. We think it’s important to add colour to the home decor apart from the usual accessories we add in and take out as the seasons and the holidays change.
Picking out colours to adorn our walls is a key element in the decorating of our home. Choosing paint colours is the foundation of the beginning of an update to our home decor and there is a science to the psychology of it and how it makes us feel.
When all the hustle and bustle of the christmas season is done, we all want to start with a new slate. Why not update the home with a fresh new colour and a professional painting upgrade.
Traditionally paint colours for walls has been in the neutral tones. But over the years, the typical beiges and whites have been upgraded with different hues and tints. Painting in white doesn’t have to be boring anymore.
White paint now comes with undertones of blue, green, brown and hints of gray. Any of them are stunning when applied to walls. They give a fresh, clean crisp look and feel to any room.
From what’s trending to the traditional, when choosing the perfect paint colour scheme for your home a consultation with a painter or an interior designer is always an option if you are looking for advice before making the decision.
When you are ready to get started on your 2019 home update, we hope you’ll contact us as your painting company. We look forward to being able to discuss your project with you. Book an appointment with us
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and the Best in 2019.
updated March 13, 2020 at 11:10 am