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How to Use Color to Transform Your Room

What if you could make your room larger without ever demolishing a wall? What if you could transform a spacious area into an intimate space without breaking out the drywall and framing? Sounds a bit farfetched but it’s completely possible. How do you do it? Color.

Warm colors on the wall makes your space feel cozier. If you want to widen a narrow space, try different colors on opposing walls. This, along with the right furniture and accessories can completely transform the look and feel of any space in your home.

The style of your home makes a difference as well. Dark olives have been passed on Craftsman style homes in favor of a celery green for a fresh touch to a traditional home. To see what works best for you and your space, take advantage of the plethora of online color tools that’ll give you a look into what the finished product may be.

Don’t underestimate the power of color. We even use the definition of the hues in our daily vocabulary. “I’m feeling blue.” “I see red right now.” Subconsciously, we already know how these colors affect our brains. All that’s left is pulling out that knowledge and getting some paint on the walls!

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4 thoughts on “How to Use Color to Transform Your Room

  1. Jennifer Smith says:

    I enjoy the array of new colors and understand how color can transform a room; however, colored walls scare me because I worry everyone who enters my home would not enjoy the look as much as I do. I guess it’s just a part of change when remodeling.

  2. Jennifer Smith says:

    Remembering the style of the house is also important when choosing color’s as well as the story (personality) you want to show.

  3. rhonda miotke says:

    I love to bring in color and add to earthy tones to brighten up a room.

  4. Jennifer Smith says:

    Color makes a room and sets the tone of the room. I personally enjoy warm tones over pastel cool tones. Great advice Executive builders.

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