If you’ve got a small room in your house, there’s no reason for it to feel cramped or claustrophobic.
With the right paint color, you can make your small room feel bigger. Here are our tips:
Deep, rich colors create the perception of depth in a small space by accentuating shadows cast by furniture, houseplants and even curtains.
Neutral grays, blues and creams
For a pro designer tip, paint walls and trim in the same neutral shade of gray, blue, or cream. This makes your ceiling appear taller, and the room seem larger overall.
Rich neutral with white trim
Not into the monochrome look? Try a rich, possibly brown-based neutral with white trim to make your small room feel cozy yet spacious.
If you’ve got a small kitchen, make it feel brighter, sunnier and bigger with a warm, cheerful yellow. Try out a lighter shade first and up the intensity to your taste.
Super white reflects light and makes walls seem to disappear. Particularly if your small room gets a lot of sunlight, this could be a fantastic choice for making your room seem larger.
Paired with black and white, this shade looks sophisticated and can make any room seem bigger than it is.
A professional house painter can help you make even the most miniscule room in your home feel spacious and comfortable. If you’re in the Sunland area, give Richard Stewart Painting a call at 818-951-1181 today!