Your living room is the centerpiece for having guests over for the most part. Without a strong introduction into your home, the rest of the value of the home’s aesthetic beauty is diminished a bit. Here are some tips to make sure your living room isn’t falling short.
What do I first notice when entering my living room?
When you enter the room, the first piece of the room you notice or detail that sticks out will likely also be what sticks out for guests and family members as well.
However, also consider how the repetition of you entering the room will have an impact as well. Since you have seen the same area so many times, your eyes will jump to the same thing more often than not. Take the time to consider an outside, objective perspective as well. Then, you’ll have better insight into which part of the room really pops and which pieces are not as impactful.
Which materials mesh best with my home’s current aesthetic value?
Finding the right materials for your countertops, general surfaces, sitting areas, etc. will all have an impact on the aesthetic value. This also goes for the paint job. Without paints that are effective and beautiful, you’ll see the room as dull and displeasing. This isn’t necessarily because the colors are darker or duller. They just are in a position that doesn’t pair well with the rest of the room.
Consider if you are going for a more rustic or warm aesthetic , as well as which portions of the home you are aiming to refurbish. Would it be best to just give the walls a new paint job and aesthetic, or would it best be paired with new flooring and cabinets visit BrushMasters?
Regardless, the visuals must be cohesive. Without a cohesive aesthetic tone, your living room won’t feel complete.
How can I find paints that best suit my living room?
Take a look at some examples ahead of time, and think over how they impact your original idea. When paired just right, you’ll find inspiration in colors and themes that give your aesthetic far more value.
Lighter primary colors – These will suit best with an overall lighter scheme for your living room. If your interior is mostly white or grey, light blues and purples can really pop also.
Darker colors – Darker colors are harder to make work for living rooms that you want to make stand out. They can very easily fall victim to becoming dull and not very interesting to new guests.
However, you shouldn’t take too much time getting hung up on the colors. Accenting your room really comes down to the aesthetic feel you present and if you feel the scheme is cohesive.
For consultation on how you can best give your living room a bit of a change of pace, visit BrushMasters and give us a call today. We’ll strategize on site to give you the best course of action you can take moving forward, and give you a sense on what we can provide as well.