7 Colors Not To Use When Painting a Small Room


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4. Bold colors

Bold colors are typically used to show power, confidence, and determination. But if your space is tiny, it might not be the greatest idea to paint it in a strong hue because it will make it look crowded.

Before you decide on a new paint color, make sure it’s one you’ll like each time you spend time in that room. If you come across a new, one-of-a-kind, brilliant color, don’t buy it just because it’s popular and you see it all over the Internet. Find a paint color that is beautiful, vibrant, and elegant — and that you can live with for a long time, including a few years.

Accent walls, painted furniture, and home accessories are a great way to add some color to your room and the best thing is that you can completely change them when you grow out of a color. Or if you’re into DIY projects, you can grab some spray paint from a store and paint them in whatever color you like, to give off the impression that you’ve changed your furniture pieces.

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  1. what to know if burgundy for the kitchen with dark walnut cabinets all right, light lavender for living room with the dark walnut for window and door frames; sunny yellow for small bedroom and hot pink for bathroom?

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