Your living room usually sets the impression of your home’s interior, therefore picking a nice colour is crucial. We understand the dilemma of picking a wall colour that complements the aesthetics of the room and your home’s unique personality. Unfortunately, the “follow your heart” concept doesn’t always apply to home renovation – especially when your entire living room is at stake.
Don’t you wish you could visualize the outcome before you start painting? Great news! We’ve created some visuals below to help you envision the aftermath.
As a warm colour, this buttery shade will bathe your room in a cheerful glaze. It exudes warmth and brings out the deep, golden tones of dark wooden furniture.
White is known to open the space of a room. If you’re a fan of minimalist designs, white should be your primary choice. Because it’s so clean and simple, it’s the perfect platform to display your photographs and artwork.
Matte blue walls are totally trending this year! This navy blue accent wall might be tricky to pull off, but if paired with the right lighting and furnishing, it can leave a rather dramatic yet elegant impression.
Adding a dash of light pink to your home will soften the overall appeal, setting off a sweet, feminine style. This goes extremely well with beige and gold.
Turquoise is a trending shade that reflects the calmness of the ocean. But pair it wisely with the rest of the walls and furniture around the apartment. Don’t drench your walls in shades of blue. Instead, mix it up with pops of colours. And when in doubt, pair this shade with white for a clean and modern effect.
Inspired by lemons, this bright yellow backsplash is not for the faint of heart. Incorporating a bold colour like this instantly boosts the fun factor of your home. Citron is a nice shade that represents a lot of things – happiness, hope, and joy. Think of it as a mood booster too.
A pretty minty tint like that would require lots of natural light. Don’t dress your room in green if you don’t have a lot of windows or if you have harsh fluorescent lighting. Keep this colour simple by teaming it with lots of whites, grays, or even darker hues, but try not to clutter the space with a broad mix of textures and colours.
Gray exudes timeless sophistication and works incredibly well as a subtle background to a wide variety of patterns, shades and trimmings! Install a brightly coloured carpet, stick a chandelier or place a plant in your living room to infuse some personality to the space.
Inspired to start painting your living room? Our professional painters on Kaodim will be happy to help! Just submit a request on our website or on our app, which is available for download across Apple and Android platforms. In addition, if you’re planning to switch up the overall theme of your apartment, our interior designers can help you with that.
written by Carissa Gan