Choosing the perfect paint color or pattern build paint color ( สี สร้าง ลาย which is the term in Thai) for your room can be a little difficult. Luckily, you can make this decision easier by thinking about the atmosphere you want to create in your room and choosing a color that gives that feeling. You can, for example, choose a shade of blue if you want a comfortable and calm room, or choose yellow for a livelier environment. Start looking for inspiration, then choose a family of colors and shades. You can also use different painting techniques to make your room more beautiful!
Finding A Starting Point
View photos on the internet or in magazines to help you define your style. If the abundance of color options confuses, create an inspiration panel. Collect photos from magazines and paste them on a white or corkboard, or use an online option like Pinterest to save photos you find. When you have more or less 10 to 15 photos that you liked, see the colors predominating in them to make your decision easier.
Often, you will find that you are attracted to similar images. If your inspiration board is very eclectic, you can choose a neutral paint color and then browse through street fairs, thrift stores, and home decor stores to find art and other original items that you can hang on the wall.
Base Your Color Palette On The Furniture You Have So That The Environment Becomes Cohesive.
Unless you’re building a room from scratch, it’s a good idea to consider the furniture, bedding, and decor you already have when choosing a paint color. For example, if you have a painting you love in your room, choose a subtle shade of it as inspiration for your walls. You can also use colors from other dominant pieces, such as your carpet, an armchair, the bedspread, and choose paints that match those shades. [two]
It is easier to match the paint color with the items you already have than to buy new items that will match the paint.
Using a new color that doesn’t match your furniture can make your room look exaggerated and chaotic. The color of the wall does not need to match perfectly with the furniture, but they should look good together.
For example, if you have white furniture, you can choose calm tones like light blue or lavender to complete the feeling of tranquility. For brown furniture, you can think of a beige paint for the wall.
Did you know? If you have a small room, choosing light shades can open up space and make it look bigger. If the room is large, dark colors can help to create a more comfortable and intimate setting.