If I had my way, I’d paint every client’s walls white, or an ever so soft grey. Perhaps in a moment of daring, a deep saturated blue. If you’re not ready to commit to painting an entire room, how about just one wall? Or more specifically, the fifth wall?
That’s right, one of the easiest ways to make a statement and add drama to a space is to paint the ceiling, or at least use some Styrofoam ceiling tiles to create some texture in an otherwise redundant space. Too much? Stick around and I promise I’ll have you reconsidering by the end of this post.
There’s no question I like a white and bright space. Nothing offers a better backdrop for design. But sometimes, a saturated colour is just the thing to add some wow and interest to a space. In those instances, there are few tried and true colours I turn to, my favourite saturated paint colours.
There is no denying, I love white when it comes to choosing paint for a project. Perhaps that’s because it creates a beautiful blank canvas to work with or immediately lightens and brightens a space. In any case I love it and find myself convincing clients to embrace it as well. But not all whites are created equal, so today I’m sharing some of my absolute favorites, the ones I go to all the time.