7 Colors Not To Use When Painting a Small Room


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5. Paint with weird undertones

When it comes to designing a tiny space, every square inch counts, believe me. I’ve experimented with a ton of colors and not all of them were a good choice. When it comes to a small room, the improper paint color is more difficult to conceal since every wall is nearby, no matter where you stand or sit.

Undertones distinguish the proper paint colors from the wrong ones and that can be pretty annoying. Don’t forget that any paint color you pick must be carefully considered since a neutral with an unexpected pink or green undertone will be painfully visible in your little room.

The most common undertone faux-pass are neutral hues – can you believe that? While your local paint shop might help you with identifying undertones, tasting the colors in your house is the best approach to determine what hue might be lying behind your preferred neutral.

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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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