Finding the perfect paint color may have come easy, but did you ever consider the difficulty of finding the perfect accent color? We have seen many rooms where the colors clash and hope to you avoid the same mistake.
Finding Your Root:
After such a hectic year, many are taking in the simplicity of nature. This is sparking earthy colors and subtler palettes to take the front lines when deciding what paint you want displayed in your house. Take Nearly Brown by Sherwin Williams, you cannot go wrong with a soothing soil color in your den or family room. Pink Damask by Benjamin Moore reminds us of clear skies and offers simplicity in your design, whether that be in a bathroom or bedroom. Finally, Pesto Green by Behr breathes the peace of trees and life into any room and looks especially great in the kitchen.
As much as we love simplicity around Mink Enterprises, variation in color adds so much to a room. Take four boring walls all bearing the same color and a splash of color to one, and you have a whole new vibe to work with. Some favorites are pairing Nearly Brown with Blue Springs by Benjamin Moore. This look creates a very elementary look, while still possessing enough color to allow for simple furnishings. Taking Webster Avenue by Mongolia and creating an accent wall framed by Pink Damask will certainly add personality to every room in the house and create a regal atmosphere. Parchment Gold by Valspar paired with Pesto Green is such a nice way to add light into a room. Adding plants along this wall and couches along the green walls is a great way to furnish your living room.
Last week, we finished up a commercial interior drywall taping and painting job in Seattle.
Still Having Trouble?
Whatever paints you choose to go with, or if you need help picking them, we at Mink Enterprises would be happy to help. We believe in serving our customers with utmost care and will surely assist you make such difficult decisions regarding accent colors and walls. Give us a call!
President of Mink Enterprises
Drywall, Painting Specialist