Published at Wednesday, September 04th, 2019 - 14:22:50 PM. Living-Room. By Denise Lagrange.
One of the unique and often unnoticed qualities of color is that it can psychologically change the size of the room. Light colors make rooms feel bigger. This is why ceilings are often painted white, making them feel higher. Dark colors draw the walls of a room together, so people rarely paint rooms in very dark shades. If your living room is small, go with lighter shades. On the other hand, if you have a large living room, especially if it feels too big, a darker color can make it feel more homey and intimate.
First of all, try to brighten your small space to the best extent possible. Enlarge the windows, either horizontally or vertically. However, ensure you don’t cover too much wall space with windows. Next, choose a pleasant, neutral, pale shade of paint for the walls and white paint for the ceiling. This immediately gives the illusion of added space. Now you don’t have to worry about your Living room furniture clashing with the color of the walls, thereby giving yourself a wider choice.
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