Sometimes all that’s needed is a change of paint color to bring a drab looking room back to life. (But don’t forget the prep work. If we don’t fix the holes, cracks, and other ugly stuff first, all we’ll end up with are ugly walls that are painted a different color)
Here’s a few pictures for you to look at from some rooms I’ve painted over the years. See how a change of color can change the entire feel of the room.
(Please don’t judge the picture quality too harshly, I’m a way better painter than a photographer)
This stairwell / foyer was all white before I started… But with some deep red and orange, it’s like a whole new entryway.
This children’s bathroom hadn’t seen any love in over 15 years… So they let the kids pick the colors, and I got to work.
These walls needed a fresh coat of paint… don’t you think? “Richmond Gold” makes the whole room so much warmer
Plain white walls are OK… But a little color really shows off the architecture
Plain white dining room with a sample color swatch on the walls The color was right, so I finished the room
These next before and after pictures show you how a deeper paint color can give a room more dimension and can dramatically change the look and feel of a room.
So, there’s a few examples of how changing the colors of a room can give it a whole new look and feel. I’ve got a lot more I could show you, but I’m really more of a painter than a website designer… and right now I have to get back to work.
If you’re trying to decide what colors to paint your own rooms,
check out my page on choosing paint colors for your home to get you started.
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