If you’re looking to inject a dramatic look to a space then why not try using paint to draw attention to architectural details or create a bespoke patterned wall. Have a look at my selected pics for colour blocking inspiration.
1 – Levels
In the right space colour blocking can be a pattern in itself. Draw the eye in to a specific piece of furniture or architectural detail using simple colours that create symmetry. Just be careful of your colour choice, stick to colours of the same tonal palette if you’re unsure what will go. TryLittle Greene for similar paint.
2 – Draw The Line
Try highlighting your existing picture rails and skirting boards by painting them a different shade or like the above, go for a seamless connection with the rest of the room. Whether you’re painting plain walls or built in cupboards, draw a line and create a faux dado/picture rail detail. Try Farrow and Ball for similar paint.
3 – Pattern Making
A kids room is the perfect place to go bold and inject colour and pattern by using stencils, painting a mural or masking out shapes. Make sure you plan your colour selection and draft out your pattern before applying to the walls. Take inspiration from a favourite painting or flower and produce your own abstract art masterpiece to feed your child’s imagination. Try environmentally friendly clay paints fromEarthborn.
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