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Interior Painting Design Tips from Somerville, MA Painters

August 31, 2013

First Nick Painting Company in Somerville provides some tips to keep in mind when choosing colors for interior painting projects.

Somerville, Masschusetts (PRWEB) August 31, 2013

When it comes to painting the inside of a home, most homeowners are split into one of two groups. There are those who know exactly what they want done and how they want their different rooms to look. Then, there are those that are completely lost as to how they want things to look when they are done. Some will turn to their painting contractor in an effort to come up with ideas, but there are a lot of ideas out there. First Nick Painting Company handles residential and commercial painting in Somerville, Massachusetts. They have prepared a handful of design ideas for interior painting for homeowners. Based on contemporary design, color theory, and modern fashion, these will give people a place to start when trying to decide how they want a room to look.

One common practice is to make use of complementary colors. This is a pretty common term these days, but not everyone knows what it means. Complementary colors are two colors that sit opposite one another on the color wheel. Therefore, green and red, yellow and purple, and orange and blue are complementary color sets. Look at a color wheel and look for colors besides the primary colors of red, blue and yellow for a unique and comfortable look.

Use contract to crate depth. One way to do this is by positioning warm and cool colors to play off of one another. Warm colors are from yellow to the red violet spectrum on the color wheel. Cooler colors are between the greens and blues. Another way to bring about a stunning contrast is to use two colors that sit next to one another on the color wheel. These pairings are called analogous colors. Compare yellow and orange next to one another to see an example of analogous color sets.

Another technique used to add flavor and character when painting rooms is the 60 – 30 – 10 rule. This uses a combination of complementary and analogous colors where the dominant color takes up about 60 percent of the room, the secondary color takes up 30 percent of the wall space, and the accent color fills in the remaining 10 percent.

About First Nick Painting Company: First Nick services Arlington, Wayland, Weston, Winchester, Somerville, MA and the surrounding area. Their services include interior painting, exterior painting, commercial painting, and residential painting.

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