I love looking on this site for interior paint ideas so now I am positing pictures of my house to hopefully get some advice on our to revamp our master bedroom. As you can see we have a very neutral space and have kept the bedroom paint ideas quite simple. I have always thought that neutral and monochromatic shades are what designers recommend to keep rooms elegant, but now that I see some of those types of colors on my walls they just seem too boring for me. The lovely stylist at our hardware store recommend these Behr grey paint colors as a fantastic base to our home decor, but now that it is on the walls I find it quite bland. I don't know if I need to change up the paint color or try to bring in more style through textiles, decorative accents and artwork. Thoughts?
I absolutely love the interior paint ideas that the designer used in this lovely blue and grey sitting room. The living room paint ideas that they used make the room cozy yet very chic at the same time. Combining the soft grey wall color against bright white trim creates depth without being too overwhelming. A similar technique was used on the sofas by layering multiple shades, textures, and patterns of textiles on simple neutral bases. This is a great lesson to follow for any type of interior decor in general, because it creates that lovely professionally design look without having to commit to bold pieces or vibrant (very specific) wall colors. I definitely want to check out the swatches in the latest Behr paint colors 2022 catalog that I just received in the mail.
I am in dire need of some interior paint ideas for our lackluster master bathroom. As you can see, we have a good style foundation to the space with the bead board trim, bright white cabinetry and nice neutral porcelain tile floor, but we really need some advice on how to paint a room to give it style without overwhelming the space with too bold of a color (like this awful mustard yellow). The rest of our master is decorated in various shades of blue (from light wedgewood to a bold navy) so I would like to carry that palette into this room as well. I have been seeing a lot of grey bathroom paint ideas but I think that would still be a bit too boring -- maybe a deep indigo instead? Let me know what you all think!
As you can probably tell, I am in dire need of some new interior paint ideas for our kitchen. Although I do feel like we have a good foundation for the design with classic white kitchen cabinets, dark wood floors, and a tan-based backsplash tile, the current taupe shade on the walls is a bit too much. I would prefer something in the blue or green category to amp up the style a bit and make the overall vibe a bit more organic and naturally inspired (something I try to achieve in my cooking as well). Even though I know in general what I want, it is so hard to actually choose the right kitchen paint colors when you are faced with dozens of swatches at the store. Does anybody have tips for how to know what the right paint color is?
I really love the interior paint ideas they used in this dining room because it keeps everything bright, airy, and oh so chic. I definitely prefer interior house colors in this palette because the give the illusion of large open spaces, even if your space is not very big. Not only do simple cool toned neutrals like this maximize the size of your space, but it also allows you to blend any other colors you like alongside your base shades. In this case, they used mercury glass metals, and blues and yellows as very interesting accent shades alongside the soft grey walls and white panelling. This whole space inspires me to switch up dining room paint colors in my own house to try to recreate this look.
I can't decide if I love the interior paint ideas in this room or if I hate them. In general, I am certainly one to experiment with bold shades of interior wall paint -- I have never shied away from vibrant and unique designs. When we moved into this house, pretty much all of the walls were painted in this same taupe shade. I will admit that it is a nice neutral and does goes with everything (including our present furniture and linens as you can see), but I am still left wanting something more. According to the magazines and the folks at my local hardware store, gray paint for bedroom is one of the most popular styles now so it definitely makes sense to keep it. What do you think -- should I keep our existing paint or upgrade to a darker blue or even brown?