Choose the color of the paint for repair work

• Use a color palette. This will help to choose a shade that is optimally suitable for the decoration of the room. In addition, this makes it possible to understand how colors are combined with each other. • Select the intensity of the shade. The brightness of color is its intensity. Sky blue and beige are low intensity flowers. Each color has its own intensity range from light to saturated dark. • Determine your color system. This system consists of three categories: complementary, similar and neutral colors. Supplementing colors are the colors located next to the chosen shade on the color palette (for example, red and green). Similar colors are either warm (shades of red, orange and yellow), or cold (shades of green, blue and purple). Neutral colors include brown, white and black. • Pick up shades. The appearance of the main color can change dramatically, depending on which shade is near it. With the exception of red, blue and yellow, all colors are compatible. For example, the white wall may contain shades and halftones of pink.

• Evaluate natural and artificial lighting. Imagine how the chosen color will look in the light: direct, indirect or artificial. Imagine this color combined with existing furniture and other fittings. Apply slightly selected paint to a piece of white paper (you can use the back of the wallpaper) and bring it to the wall. If this piece is large enough, which gives you an idea of ​​the entire surface, then this guarantees that you are making the right choice. • Create a mood with color. Color affects the mood and your way of perception of space. Cold shades soothe, and the warm ones give energy to the room. The combination of warm colors with additions of cold shades creates a special energy. • Color visually changes the size of the room. So that the small room seem more, paint it in the cold color of a non -intensive shade. If a large room must be made more compact and cozy, then use warm colors or darker, intense shades. • Consider colors with adjacent rooms. If you want one room to visually smoothly flow into another, then it is not at all necessary to use the same color. Select additional colors, or change the intensity of one shade.

• coordinate the color with a shade of furniture and floor. Highlight your favorite shade and the color system build around it. The whole trick is that the color of the paint is mixed with part of the interior, and does not correspond to it completely. • The safest colors are neutral. They harmonize with any other shades. If you sell your house or apartment, then it is easier for potential customers to imagine your furniture by looking at the neutral walls.