Choose a paint color for the walls. Decide on a complementary color, the hue immediately across from the color of your sofa on the color wheel. For example, if your sofa is medium teal, the color across from it on the wheel is sandy beige. Choose a analogous shade, a color next to teal on the wheel immediately. In this full case, it might be blue or inexperienced. Another option is to go with a monochromatic shade. Designing in a monochromatic color scheme will involve using lighter and darker tones of teal. The ultimate option is to use a neutral color, a color that works with practically every color and helps make the space feel larger. Brown, tan, cream and egg‐shell white are examples of neutral shades.
Change out your draperies. When you have heavy and dark draperies, consider purchasing sheer curtains or curtains made out of a lighter weight fabric.
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