How to Pick Best Indoor Paint Color Combinations
You are looking the right indoor paint color combinations? Well, here are some color combination that are trend in 2013. We have them from Benjamin Moore. There are various combination with different name. The first is called artisan. This is combined by earth tone like brown and shades of gray. This colors is rich and inviting, also represent eclectic finds and distant journeys. Then the urbanite, combination of grays and yellow, chic hues and unexpected contrasts convey a cool and cosmopolitan vibe. If you want it more traditional, they also have the new traditional which combine grays with soft red and blue. This combination will create elegance, with warm and inviting retreat. The last is inspired by nature, is the coastal. This combined blue and green, with shades of neutral colors that create refreshed feels. Interested isn’t it?
But, in picking the best indoor paint color combinations, you should consider some other things. First, consider the lighting. Any color combination can look bad with wrong lighting and vice versa. So pay a good attention on this thing too. It also the reason why paint stores have light boxes for you to test paint chips. Natural daylight shows the truest color, incandescent lighting brings out warm tones and yellows, and fluorescent lighting casts a sharp blue tone. So, a strong color might be too bright and overpowering when used on all walls or nex. If you want a more active space, consider introducing stronger, more intense color. Even if you want a light-colored room, choose colors that are slightly more saturated than off-white or light pastel. Very light color can feel bright and stark when it appears on all surfaces in a room. However, two or more medium-light, closely related pastel colors can create a luminous effect when used in the same room.