What Are Good Colors for Small Florida Rooms?
One of the easiest (and most affordable) ways to refresh your home is to update its interior paint job. The days of “every wall and ceiling must be white” are long gone. Today, we realize that the colors in your environment profoundly affect your mood and energy, and thus it is important to consider the function of the room before selecting a color scheme.
Of course, your professional inside house painters will be able to provide advice and color samples. Halls Quality Painting has assisted many satisfied homeowners in Fernandina Beach FL. They are fully licensed and insured and have a reputation for excellent customer service, high-quality work, and getting the job done on time and under budget.
Selecting color schemes for small rooms can be confusing. Most people have been told that anything other than white or off-white will make the room feel like a small, gloomy space. As anyone who works in interior painting will tell you, this is simply not true. Many different color schemes can be applied to small spaces and rooms.
Entrances and hallway colors
Hallways and entrance spaces are high-traffic areas prone to being exposed to dirt and wear, and if the space has an exterior window to bring in light, a dark color like purple or navy blue will work far better than white to hide the dirt. If the hallway has no exterior sources of light, pastel shades of blue, green, or yellow can hide the dirt while making the space feel more inviting.
Small bathroom colors
If you have a tiny half-bath, there is nothing you can do to hide the fact that it is a tiny space so you can go for the dramatic look with sapphire blue, teal, peony pink, or a rich golden peach. If you have a small full bathroom, you can make it seem much larger and even spa-like by choosing an icy blue or very light aqua or go with a classic cream color.
Small bedroom colors
Bedrooms are supposed to be calm, relaxing places. Classic relaxing colors for bedrooms include beige, cream, off-whites, light greens, pale yellows, muted pinks, pastel blues, and soft grays. Often small bedrooms are turned into children’s rooms and parents are tempted to paint the walls with vibrant colors, but scientists say bright colors on the walls will disrupt the sleep patterns of children and adults alike.
Small kitchen colors
Kitchens are very active, upbeat spaces, and they do well with lots of color. Try painting one wall a bright yellow, robin’s egg blue, or emerald green and paint the other walls a neutral gray or beige. Painting all of the walls and ceiling a mint green or aqua also works well in small kitchens.
Small studies, party rooms, and TV room colors
If your small space is intended to be a “party room” where people talk, game, and interact, go for bright colors like deep reds and greens. If it’s intended to be more of a relaxation zone for reading or vegging in front of the TV, various shades of gray, light green, or soft blue would work well. Gunmetal gray is becoming increasingly popular in Fernandina Beach FL for multi-use small living spaces since it supports both relaxation and partying and it comes across as sophisticated when you invite your boss over for drinks. Unless your small living room has a lot of lighting from windows, avoid whites and off-whites. If you are inspired to get to work on your interior painting project, among the painters near me in Fernandina Beach FL, Halls Quality Painting is your clear choice for a professional indoor painting job. They are outstanding in terms of quality, customer service, and professionalism. Give them a call today for a free consultation.