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Why Would I Want an Accent Wall Painted?

Master Painters of London Ontario Accent wall in Farrow & Ball Yeabridge Green
Master Painters of London Ontario Accent wall in Farrow & Ball Yeabridge Green

Master Painters of London Ontario suggests you consider an accent wall.

Choosing an accent wall colour can be a creative and exciting process. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you pick the perfect accent wall and wall colour for your space:

  1. Identify the Purpose: Determine why you want an accent wall. Is it to add drama, highlight a specific area, or create a focal point? Knowing the purpose will guide your colour choice.
  2. Consider the Room’s Function: Consider the function and the mood you want to evoke. For a bedroom, soothing or cozy colours might be appropriate, while a living room could benefit from energetic or bold tones.
  3. Analyze Existing Décor: Look at your furniture, décor items, and colour scheme. Your accent wall colour should complement these elements rather than clash with them.
  4. Use Color Theory: Use basic colour theory to find colours that work well together. Complementary colours (opposites on the colour wheel) create high contrast, while analogous colours (adjacent on the wheel) offer a harmonious look.
  5. Test Samples: Narrow down a few colour options and get paint samples. Paint small sections of your wall with these samples to see how they look in different lighting conditions throughout the day.
  6. Consider Lighting: Natural and artificial lighting can significantly affect a colour’s appearance. Test your samples in daylight and evening lighting to ensure you like the colour in various situations.
  7. Scale of the Room: Consider the size of the room. Dark colours can make a room feel cozy but might be overwhelming in a small space. Lighter colours can create a sense of openness.
  8. Architectural Features: Highlight architectural features like fireplaces, alcoves, or niches with an accent colour. This draws attention to these elements and adds visual interest.
  9. Balance and Harmony: While accent walls stand out, they should still feel balanced within the room. Ensure that the colour you choose complements the overall colour scheme.
  10. Personal Preference: Ultimately, trust your instincts and personal preferences. Choose a colour that resonates with you and creates the atmosphere you desire.
  11. Consider Trends: While not essential, considering current colour trends can give your space a contemporary feel.
  12. Test and Finalize: Once you’ve tested the samples and observed them in various lighting conditions, choose the one you feel most comfortable and excited about.

Remember that paint colours can look different on walls than on a small swatch, so testing is key to making the right choice. Take your time, and don’t hesitate to seek advice from design professionals if needed.

Discover the expertise of Master Painters of London Ontario. We specialize in interiorexterior, and spray painting services. Visit us at robertmasters.ca/interior-painting to learn more.