What if walls could speak – tell you their story. About colours they have been painted in, patched, scraped, plastered & painted over & over again. Or tell you about those who lived here before to give insight into what life was like, during an epoch. It would be exciting & interesting. But see, that’s not what this post is about today, unfortunately.
I like colour, it’s a big part of my life…professionally, that is. But I’m not the first to raise my hand regarding colorful walls. But still. I have the ability to enjoy a variety of things or events, no matter what I prefer. It’s all about being able to see beauty in most things, right?
If you were to ask me which of these rooms I would consider myself to live in, without changing the wall color – then, the closest in style, would be room number six with light blue wall. Maybe, possibly, even number three. (but I would most certainly go for the black & white one) How about you, which one do you prefer?
Bring down the sense of height of a room by leaving space between the paint & the roof / frenchbydesign
Or paint the space in an additional colour / apartmentteraphy.com
Shorten the distance with a sharp colour / styleessentials.com
Or create an exciting corner / miluccia.tumblr.com
Paint in a color that suits the child’s height / pinterest.com
Amplify a piece of furniture by matching the wall color / stadshem
Contrasts that create excitement / mialinnman.blogspot.com
Coordinate with a few pieces / housetohome
White higher up plus wall paint & tile in similar shade / estudiogutorequena
Graphical & classic with powerful impression / flickr.com
White at the bottom & with turquoise at the top – different / thenewyorktimes.com
Within the same colour scale but the window in a stronger shade / interiorsoriginal.blogspot
Nice & different / homesweethome via pinterest
Stylish contrast to all white, especially the addition on the inside of the door too / mackapar
Rough style that becomes more enhanced with the black together with the leather & concrete / ovgwebdesign
Take care / Marie