For dramatic impact, you can experiment with one wall as a ‘feature wall’ & make a theatrical, spectacular statement! This way you can also see whether you like & feel comfortable with incorporating a bit of dramatic ‘look at me’ impact into a room, & how you feel about the intensity of the color. Its better to start with a lighter version of the color – you can always darken the intensity. That’s easier than the other way around.
Make sure that you plan your colors in overview so that they blend, flow & move with ease through your home. Your aim is to develop an overall blueprint, an impression of what you want to achieve, & to have your rooms complement each other.
A timelapse video revealing the building process of a recent NHIC project, and detailing a few of our many services at Narellan Home Improvement Centre.
Pick the room to work on & then get let’s get started. Take note of & work with your room’s focal point, Sometimes rooms have natural focal points - places where your eyes travel to immediately upon entering a room - a fireplace with mantle, an enormous ceiling high, wall-wide built-in bookcase, or bay window with a window seat or view of the garden, or over a valley, lake, or the sea.