The 4 miniature color suggestions that follow go contrary to several of the Miniature Design color myths I usually pick up on the job…I am pretty sure you have heard some or perhaps most of these misconceptions as well.
As you find out and also investigate much more around the workd of miniature design colors, you will think of your personal miniature color suggestions and also, a lot of the suggestions will fly in the face of color dogma you have read through the years.
Hold your ground!! You are learning Miniature Design color principles and the eye of yours will inform you if your paint colors work.
Let us check out 4 of the most popular Miniature Design Color Myths…Why you need to ignore them… and, several alternative miniature painting service that actually work!
Myth #1 — My bedroom is very small; color on the walls can make it appear much smaller.
Reality — As much as perception of size goes, color is not gonna create a huge impact. If several of you’ve had miniature paint ideas that included heavy saturated colors for smaller sized rooms…Go for it!
I just recently read of a color design study completed with 2 identical rooms–mirror pictures of one another. One was painted off white, the other quite a sage green. Quite a few people passed through each room and also were then asked for the opinions of theirs. The vast bulk did not see the smallness of the miniature at all…but, just about all preferred the green space on the cold, naked off white room…So, why sacrifice style?
Designer Tip: An internal paint concept which is going to make a little space feel bigger is painting adjacent rooms exactly the same color. The result is a roomy perception as the borders between rooms disappear.
Myth #2 — My windows are extremely small…there is not sufficient natural light for color on the walls of mine.
Reality — In case your windows are compact, they will not matter anyway.