Tips for selecting paint for your home
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Tips for selecting paint for your home

What color should I choose? Am I choosing the right color? Will I feel comfortable with the choice? Will it match the furniture? What if I don't like it later? The renovation of our home is undoubtedly an activity to which we must pay close attention, since the correct choice of colors determines a total change of environment. Sometimes it is not easy to understand how something so simple, such as choosing paint for the house is a cause for great anxiety, but also in our role as experts we put ourselves in your shoes and all these questions lead us to want to give you some tips to choose the color suitable. Keep reading!

The uncertainty of which colors to choose is one of the most problematic situations when renovating your environment, since we always want to project a cozy atmosphere on the walls of our home with personal touches that give it an air of exclusivity, but the theme it doesn't stop there.

Repainting any space requires investment and like everything else, the investment must be well planned and according to budget. Remember that it is not only about choosing the paint for the house, it is also wanting that special touch, which prompted you to make the decision to make the change. Having doubts about the choice, the qualities and tones, is not a situation to be alarmed, on the contrary, they are the necessary questions that will determine a good choice.

Follow our advice and see how your space will have a new life:

There is something essential that we must consider when choosing paint for the house, it is about harmonizing the spaces of our home. This does not imply that the spaces should be the same, but rather that they look concordant. This is achieved if we choose colors that match the details present in the various environments, such as door and window frames, furniture, rugs and decorative objects.

Color psychology
Remodeling is a process linked to a need for personal interior change. Seen this way, it is necessary to have a firm intention and have the time necessary to achieve the goal. Colors have been shown to influence our emotional state and it is known that there are shades that match our personality. Therefore, it is recommended that pastel colors such as green, blue, purple or yellow be used in private areas or work spaces. As for the kitchen or laundry, the ideal is to use strong colors, as they promote family unity and lift the spirits. On the other hand, for social ones, neutral or very warm colors are recommended.

Leading colors
Leading colors are understood as those that prevail for certain spaces due to their versatility, for example:

White is the leader when it comes to home paints. This generates light and spaciousness where it is placed, also helps to highlight the furniture and details. As for the sand and mustard colors, they deliver results with formidable vintage touches in large areas. It will be more perfect if combined with a few touches, for example a flower field painting. While green is demanded for evoking a sense of peace, for its similarity to a forest or garden, which makes it the preferred for intimate places. For their part, light gray colors are chosen to apply to the ceiling, in order to create a fresh and welcoming environment.

Paint quality
When acquiring the paintings, beyond the colors, you must consider the quality. This includes its performance, coverage, and endurance. It is important to bear in mind that a good quality wall paint allows, for example, the surface to be washed several times without it losing its color. High-quality paints basically use titanium dioxide as a pigment and low-quality paints use talc, plaster, and calcium carbonate. So before buying, seek good advice to ensure that you invest your money in high quality paint. Remember that an important point to achieve the perfect appearance, involves using high quality tools such as brushes, brushes and rollers.

Hopefully you can take advantage of this article to beautify your home.

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