Even though BRS Custom Painting has one of the most popular interior wall paint colors which vary based on the furnishings, home styles and window coverings, white has always been the most used color of choice.

This is because rooms painted in white add the impression of roominess and there is also feeling of freshness, coolness and cleanliness. Nevertheless, too many white rooms can make a home feel barren and uninviting.

Interior Wall Paint Color Tints

The interior walls of a home can easily, quickly and inexpensively be remodeled by adding more wall paint colors, to most homes’ basic white color scheme.

It can add warmth, charm and even elegance to a home. For some, it is just the addition of a tint of color, such as blue, brown or red that will subtly change a home’s color scheme.

However, for a more dramatic color change, considerations of lighter shades of blue, brown, or red will add greater warmth and also the addition of shades of blues or pinks to furniture, window or floor coverings.

The Function of the Room Dictates Will Dictate the Colors Schemes

For kitchens and bathrooms where a cheery atmosphere is needed, the shade of the color yellow provides a sense of serenity and happiness.
You can also use color red, although its vibrant hue can be a little overpowering.

Therefore, it should be used to accent rather than cover an entire room or wall. You can do this by painting small pieces of trim or furniture in the room.

Also, adding the color orange will also brighten up and add coolness to a room.
For comforting and cooler ambiance, you can’t beat the color blue.

It is often used for bedrooms or dens and It comes in many shades. It is a hard working color that provides elegance and sophistication when it comes in darker shades of navy and midnight blue.
Lighter shades of blue suggests the sunny days of summer.

Color Choices

Although choosing colors can be a daunting task, but thanks to home improvement and paint stores, you can narrow down the choices through the use of color wheels and paint sample chips.

Color wheels and paint samples will show the different hues and shades of the actual paints. Also, many paint outlets can mix several colors to come up with exactly the shade that you need.

Before purchasing the final mixed paint product, it is advisable that you collect paint chips and samples, and then take them home to make comparisons with window, furniture and floor coverings.