FAQ: How Do I Choose the Right Paint Color?

A big piece of the remodeling puzzle is figuring out what paint color you want in your new space. Forget just trying to choose between grey and white, when you have, what seems like,endless choices just on one eggshell shaded spectrum alone.

Choosing the right paint color for your remodeling project can seem like a daunting task, but once you narrow the choices down through a few simple steps, the final decision will be more exciting than frightening.

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Think Style
Is your home a classic farmhouse, or are you living in a modern work of art? Taking the style of your home into consideration is vital when choosing a paint color for your remodel. For more traditional homes, warm colors tend to complement the already established atmosphere, while in newer homes, bright whites and neutrals shine.

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Do Your Research
Not only should you read up on all of the latest interior design trends, but you should also talk to family and other loved ones that will be sharing the space with you. Do they like the idea of turning your kitchen white or transforming the living room into a blue oasis? Gather the opinions of both professionals and trusted loved ones to help guide you in the right direction.

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Test it Out
Once you narrow down your choices to two or three shades, test them! Test each color in a number of different areas in the room that is to be remodeled so you can see how the colors look in shaded corners, when natural light hits in the morning, and even from the corner of your eye when you glance in from the hallway.

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The right paint shade is the cherry on top of a great remodel, so take your time with your decision. Factor in every detail of the room, your family, and current trends, but ultimately, choose acolor that your heart desires. At the end of the day, it’s your house, so as long as you are happy, then it is the right choice. Plus, there’s always the option of repainting with a new shade later down the road!

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