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Wow, I just finished the living room, and that’s one thing I really do not see in my mind’s eye before I start, and I have to tell you! Our client wants the room in dark blue; Well the room was not a big rectangle, but a little light with a nice framed window. Let me make a stage for you. This is the middle of last century the southwestern style farm that has been upgraded well with mid tone wood flooring and hickory kitchen cabinets. I added this info because the kitchen, dining room and living room are all visible. But actually it is not an open floor plan so there is a chance of changing color from room to room.
The trick in this case is to give the owner a perfect blue palette home without making the room feel like a closed wall. You know the movies are comfortable, rich, and timeless, not scary. This is the point where I usually see the client’s idea and need to remove the color tone or find a slightly different color or shadow. Not that I’m trying to force my ideas on clients, but to find their color vision versions that will work with furniture, floors etc, and keep it fun for years to come. In this case we have done that part because the Client uses a brochure from the store that displays these specific colors. I just show him how to see if the color will work in his house. So, we use the original original client color selection, Valspar color called Ocean Slumber.
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Mid Century Living Room Ideas
I’m here to tell you, this is a deep deep blue color, rich with teal tones. Talk about colors make a statement! So why on earth try to calm him … We paint him on three walls, across the entrance, to the right and in the entrance wall. The fourth wall is long and into the hall. This one is also painted Valspar colors, Tropical Spring, same family but lighter. For wood and ceiling we went with soft soft white with a little blue tone, Valspar again called Dove White. The end result is the room that now invites you in, sit, relax and make yourself at home. This project is very fun and proves that deep saturated colors can and should probably be used more in smaller places. Ahhhhhh, not a beautiful color! Enjoy some in your home this month. Come on … do not be scared, it’s just paint!