The living room is designed for family and friends to gather and spend time together. You should choose the right color for this environment according to the atmosphere, mood and space you want to create.
To show and use your style and taste, you should start from the main place of your home – the living room. It doesn’t matter if the decor and arrangement of your living room is comfortable and casual, modern and ironed, traditional and calm, or any other shape; In any case, the right color makes it more prominent.
The most common and straightforward choice for public spaces are neutral colors. Since the living room is usually connected to other spaces in the house without a dividing wall, if a neutral color is used in it, it is possible to choose different colors for the adjacent spaces. Choosing from a range of neutral colors is a matter of taste. In general, warm colors make the space cozy and casual, and cold colors create a modern and stylish effect. Besides these, don’t neglect white. A simple white wall can be used as a place to hang your favorite paintings, frames or decorations.
If most of the components of your living room (furniture, curtains, carpet or flooring) have a neutral color, it is more possible to give the space more dimension and charm by choosing a suitable color range for its wall. The Muscat color catalog available on the website and selected stores, with infinite variety, will help you choose your favorite range. After that, using Muskat acrylic paint as a base color and multi-purpose Muskat tint to adjust the spectrum, or more easily and accurately, with the help of Color Express technology and device, prepare any color you like.
Bold single wall
If you want to express your taste by using a bold spectrum, but at the same time you don’t want the rest of the space to be completely affected by it, just paint one wall in this color. It is better that this wall is the center of the room; Like the wall where the fireplace is located. Of course, this bold spectrum should be compatible with the overall atmosphere of the room and its components. In other words, it should be a color of the same family or its complete opposite. After painting the focal wall with the desired color, you can cover the rest of the walls with a lighter spectrum of the same color or use a neutral color inspired by it to complement the desired effect.
When choosing the color of the wall, you should also pay attention to the amount of light and brightness of the room (living room or any other room). In this way, it is possible to paint with dark and bold colors in rooms that are more light-reflecting; And the use of bright and dim colors makes these spaces look pale and withered. Sometimes the room temperature can also help you choose the color. A cool color spectrum can help balance a room with a lot of light and possibly a higher temperature, and a north-facing, dimly lit room with warm colors will look more calm and homey. Also, to balance the reflection in bright rooms or to create a soft resonance in dimly lit spaces, you can use matte colors instead of the usual semi-gloss colors.