Dark colors in Interiors
Using dark hues in Interiors is a daring, dramatic design decision, and it can definitely pay off.
1.Deeper hues, while warm and cozy, can have the unwanted effect of making a room feel small or cave-like
2. Dark colours do not hide any imperfections and calls for touch ups which will be pretty hard to cover up every lap mark and drywall chip.
3. It will make you eventually opt for lighter shades
4.Darker shades tend to heat up quickly in summer and some of them fade too, on exposure to sunlight.
There are plenty of positives to embracing bold hues in your home, and you shouldn't let the negatives scare you away completely.
1.Deep colors blur the edges of walls, creating an illusion of an endless and expansive room. Stick to dark colors on the walls and lighter furnishings and linens to balance the room.
2.Place a few bright-colored accents in a dark room,like bright painting or a wall shelf full of colourful accessories. This redirects the focus to the forefront, allowing the walls to disappear, acting simply as a backdrop.
3.When using a dark color on walls with a low ceiling, paint the trim the same color as the walls to make the wall appear taller.
4.Place a mirror against the wall to add an illusion of depth.
5.Start with painting smaller areas in dark colours ...like the entrance foyer or mud room...these will set the tone for a rich hued interiors!
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