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Give pep to your walls with color zoning!

Please do your home more? You want to redo your whole house? Try the color zoning, a technical makeover simple and easy to make!

Give pep to your walls with color zoning!

The color zoning: a full explanation

This is one of the latest trends in interior design: it is to paint geometric shapes, vertical or horizontal stripes on a wall, furniture or a portion of a room. So those are the colors that add a touch bright, while a second youth in your home. In a few strokes of brush , you get a new interior design. The goal is to paint with a color that contrasts completely with the rest of the room. Therefore, it is not necessary to paint the entire wall: a pan just to beautify the interior. If you do not want to get into a huge work of decoration, color zoning is for you: just a little imagination and creativity to beautify your home subtly. The possibilities are endless, the choice of colors and the effect you want to create.

The color zoning: Before you realize it …

Because in addition to highlighting a particular ornament or some part of the room, the color zoning create the volume, define a room, enlarge and even create another room. It’s all in the art know how to use color: brighten up your home, have use of bright colors, though blind and fluorescent. This applies in cases where the base color is quite dark and monotonous as white, beige or gray. Thus, a round painting on this surface can already boost inside your apartment. But before proceeding to the color zoning, it is essential to ask the right questions: do you give new life to a certain room? Or highlight a piece of furniture? Or define a room? For as any decorative technique, the color zoning must be on a number of steps.


The color zoning: the rules to follow

In principle, you can use multiple colors in one room, but it is advisable to be limited to three colors. For too many colors does not show the subtle effects left by the color zoning. The proportion used by interior designers is 60%, 30% and 10%. In practice, this means a main color that attracts the eye, then another less present with a lighter shade, and the last color has to be almost invisible. So, with these proportions, you get a sophisticated real and colors that are not too garish. Another precaution to take, the choice of paint. To do this, consult a specialist: The paint used must be clean, deep and very good quality. The final rule for a successful color zoning is to bring a tape and a meter to properly define the area to paint to avoid overflows.

By Lohan

I am passionate about the world of interior and exterior decoration, DIY tips and everything that has to do with a pleasant home, comfortable room, peaceful lifestyle, and lastly mind blowing decoration. I love to read more and to write less, probably, that’s why I can’t write on my blog more frequently.

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