Gray is the hot new “in” color. It’s recently taken front and center, upstaging it’s neutral cousins, taupe, beige and ivory. Gray is the little black dress for your home. It’s the new must have essential color that’s modern and edgy yet timeless and classic. It’s the perfect chameleon as it suits just about every room, every mood and every setting.
Painting the floor is the simplest way of giving a make-over to the living room. If you have a concrete floor, you can paint it in a solid color or create a checkerboard look to make the living room fun. Alternatively, you can go for free-hand design or stencil design for a beautiful looking floor. You can stain the concrete for a wooden effect or a natural stone effect. Painting the living room is a huge investment. Not only you will spend money on it, you will also put your reputation on the line. If you commit a mistake, you will end up ruining the look of the room. So, make sure that you consider several ideas and talk to different painting contractors before making a decision.
The walls of your home have the advantage of changing and transforming your space with the help of paint or wallpaper. A dramatic room can instantly be made soft and airy with the application of light pale paint color. While a room that feels too big can instantly feel cozy with darker wallpaper with a striking pattern. There are pros and cons of using paint or wallpaper. Factors to consider are ease of application, cost, and versatility to your space. Whichever you choose your walls will benefit from the addition of paint or wallpaper.
A close floor plan layout consists of living room that has all four walls and a door much like an apartment or an older house. With a close floor plan, you will have more paint choices and can pick colors within different color from light to dark spectrum. Darker paint color adds excitement to a room with closed floor plan. You can accentuate beautiful moldings and other ceiling details with accent colors. If your living room is open to the foyer and the kitchen, be more careful in your color choices. It is much better to choose lighter paint color for an open living room adjacent to the kitchen and the hallway. You still can bring in accent colors on certain walls as you infuse the space with darker accent walls.
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