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Connect Rooms Using Decorative Paints
Beautiful interior design calls for harmonious use of color. Adjoining rooms painted in colors that clash can have an undesirable effect. Create flow between rooms by using a color scheme that smoothly brings your rooms together in a unified way.
While it often takes some time and a bit of research, making interior paint colors flow from room to room is not something out of reach for the do-it-yourself designer. Colour Gallerya will help you understand how you can use color effectively to create harmony in your home

Paints Project Steps

Steps 1 - Colour Mindset

Don’t just start painting...

1. Explore your choices.

2. Know what kind of effect you’re going for and how you can accomplish it.

3. If you’re not sure what colors you want to use, look at design and decorating magazines, websites and books for ideas.

4. Bring in ideas and pictures of interiors you like.

Steps 2 - Choose a Colour Schemes

For best results, choose one of the following schemes.

Tonal use just one colour but varying tones of it throughout a room or use more than one colour but all with the same depth of tone. Neutral colors in the brown or gray family are a good choice.

Harmonious pick colours next to each other or near each other on the wheel. These schemes generally give a look that's easy to live with and are tranquil and restful.

Complementary Colors colours lie opposite each other on the colour wheel. Complementary colours generally inject some life into a scheme, are more daring and will make more of an impact but might not be so easy to live with.

Steps 3 - Choose your Palette
Your home palette should consist of at least three, but no more than five favorite colors. Check to see how they might look in the space.

Paint samples in small areas or tape swatches on the walls to see how they will look. Decide which color or hue might work best in a prominent role across all of the adjoining rooms and which ones might be more likely background colors or hues.
Steps 4 - Create Colour Flow
The smoothest transition is between two colors or hues that are closely related and are similar in tone (brightness or darkness). If you have open spaces where adjacent rooms flow into one another, without doors or other partitions, you can choose one color as your prominent color and then paint the adjacent room in the same color, but a shade or two lighter or darker, using the monochromatic color scheme.

A good example would be when you have a living room that connects to a dining room or if your kitchen flows into the dining area. Painting each room a different shade of the same color defines each room as a separate space but provides the feeling that they are connected.

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Steps 5 - Start Painting
Now that you've done your homework, it's time to get started. Remember you can't always jump straight into painting — do the prep work first. You need to make sure surfaces are ready to be painted and you should consider priming walls first. For in-depth how-to advice about painting a room, check out our Paint a Room project.

Congratulations! Now you’re well equipped to connect your rooms using color

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