Dare to be Bold: How to Incorporate Dark Paint

Share

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest

Looking to liven up a space.  Try a bold color to do just that.  Some people will tell you that dark paint colors are an absolute no, but many others will disagree. Dark paint can bring drama to a room and accent your décor perfectly, but how can you use it in a way that’s bold and not tacky?

Start Smallbold-colors

If this is your first time using a bold color.  Start small.  One of the best ways to add color is with pillows.  Try bold colors or interesting patterns to add a pop to an existing room.  Dark hues bring out texture. Paint old-style and unique textured areas a dark color to showcase their design.

Bold Colors – One Wall

If you’re not ready to commit to dark walls, choose a dark accent color to paint.  An accent wall or a feature wall adds the right amount of color without overwhelming the space.   It anchors a room and is visually appealing

Red Dining Room

Red has always been the perfect color for a dining room.  It can be dramatic and add elegance for a more traditional space or it can be fun for a modern twist.  Red is known to stimulate appetites.

Balance with Neutrals

Design is always about balance so if you are going bold try incorporating natural elements (wicker, wood, plants) can help perfectly counteract the darkness of a paint.

For more ideas for using bold colors check out Freshome.

Try Before you Buy

SureSwatch is the perfect companion for working with bold paint colors.  It let’s you try on your paint colors before you commit.  It is paintable with any color, any sheen and is removable so you can quickly remove the colors you do not like.

Visit www.sureswatch.com for tips, product info, and to get in touch today.