• First of all, it is important to know how big the area to be painted is, is it a narrow, low, high or wide room?
  • Do you want to look warm or cool?
  • Does your room have features that you want to hide or highlight? If you use similar tones it will hide the features and if you use darker tones it will accentuate them.
  • How does daylight fall on your room?
  • Do you want to emphasize or soften the light?
  • If your room is too dark or too light, too small or too big, long or cramped, you can balance it out with delicate color selections.
    The most important thing to keep in mind is that dark and warm colors give a feeling of distress while light and cool colors give a feeling of distance.
  • If you have a south-facing room that gets a lot of light, you can soften that light by using cool colors, which will help you in this matter.
  • If you have a north-facing room that doesn’t get any light, you should choose warm colors to create a warmer atmosphere.
  • When choosing colors, you must remember that they can look different under different sources of light.