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Colour Schemes And Painting Suggestions For Your Home In 2016

Planning on freshening up the house and doing a little painting in 2016? Whether the paint work inside or outside your home is seriously weathered, or you’re wanting to redecorate for something different, it always pays to do a bit of research into the best colour options that suit your home. Coming into the New Year, we’re looking at a few of our favourite colour schemes and how you can use them to revitalise your interior. Early signs suggest that natural, smooth colours are going to be popular in 2016. Keep in mind that you should always closely consider

The Ocean Look

Suitable for beach-side homes in many different Sydney-suburbs, this look is created with the use light and deep shades of blue, aquas and teals, which are splashed around among whites and off-whites. This calm, serene palette has a relaxing effect like no other and can work with many different additional colours around the room including browns, cremes and even purples and maroons. This is especially suitable for a lounge or living room area rather than a dining room or kitchen.

Happy Yellows

Shades of warm greys and bright colours, most notably yellows and work to create a fresh, uplifting environment that is equally a charming in the summer as it is in the cooler months. As you can guess, the mood of a room can have a considerable effect on people feel when they are in it. Creating a positive atmosphere is exactly what this mix of tones does, especially when combined with bright, natural lighting.

Coffee-Inspired

The idea here is to mix different shades of browns and beige with soft white colours, closely resembling a cafe latte. When combined withthe right kind of furniture and with warm light, this create a homely, cozy and most importantly comfortable feel. It can be a lot of fun, and also very effective, to decorative these kinds of rooms with rustic and antique decorative items, however this is only a suggestion as you can go many other ways with it.

If you like the look but you’re a bit lost when it comes to making it happen, it can be beneficial to speak to a colour consultant. ContactPremier Painting today for more information!

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