Create a Focal Point in Every Room Using Paint
If you’re looking for an economical way to update the look of your home and create a focal point in various rooms, using interior wall paint is the perfect solution. By using spectacular colors, whether in your living room, bedroom, bathroom, or any other room in your home, you can create looks that you and your family will love.
Living Room Paint
To create a focal point in your main living area, paint a full accent wall behind your sofa. Choose a bold color for a dramatic look, such as red or purple. For a serene look, opt for a pastel yellow or very light green. If you prefer neutrals, then select a darker shade of your current wall color. For example, if your walls are beige, then use brown for your accent wall. If your walls are gray, use a darker gray for the accent wall. For white walls, choose a soft cream color as your accent paint.
In a bedroom, a fabulous way to create a focal point is to paint the wall behind your bed. You can use color on the entire wall or just the area that spans the width of your bed from floor to ceiling. If you have a door in the bedroom that leads out to a patio or balcony, you can use that wall as a focal point instead by painting it with a coordinating hue that matches the rest of your bedroom decor.
Even in a small space like a bathroom, you can use paint to create a focal point. If you have a freestanding tub, paint the wall that your bathtub sets against with an attractive color to draw attention to that area. Alternatively, you can add color to the wall behind your vanity and mirror. Only use color on the space that spans the bathroom vanity and then paint all the way up to the ceiling. This type of paint job creates a gorgeous look whether you have a single sink or double sinks. To catch the eye, you can even use paint with a little bit of sparkle in it.
Interior paint can be used to update the look of any room in your home. For more information about interior paint colors and the different ways to use them, please contact us today.