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    beautiful colors for the house

    You may think that you're limited to white or light neutrals if you're decorating a small home, but almost any paint color can work in a small home if you have the right lighting and accessories. For a small space, a light neutral makes the room feel spacious and luxurious. In a small home office, light neutral colors with lots of white trim and natural lighting can give the space an expansive look and improve your productivity. Try neutral stripes, or neutral on neutral painted stenciling, to get a unique look that draws attention away from the size of the room.

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    I prefer black and white for the exterior. I guess you are correct that shades will depend on the size of the rooms and type of the house.

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    I really like blue, I think it just compliments the sky really well

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyPaintByNumbers View Post
    I really like blue, I think it just compliments the sky really well
    That's my second choice @MyPaintByNumbers. But, mine is more of a powder blue shade.

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    Our house is blue on the outside and peach on the inside.
    We are having a major renovation at home. I am planning to have a colorful bedroom, I have considered three colors, pink, lavender, and dandelion.
    Last edited by justalex; 05-30-2018 at 08:12 PM.

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    I don't think you can go wrong with any of those!

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    Try only light colors instead of using rich colors and let it look as beautiful as heaven.

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    I need some ideas too. I do repairs. I want to change everything in my yard. I fulfilled my dream recently. I installed an outdoor sauna in my yard. This SDS Australia. Stylish Design Saunas sauna builder made my sauna. I was pleased. I liked what I got. I had to come up with an external design. But I do not know in what color all to issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octupus View Post
    You may think that you're limited to white or light neutrals if you're decorating a small home, but almost any paint color can work in a small home if you have the right lighting and accessories. For a small space, a light neutral makes the room feel spacious and luxurious. In a small home office, light neutral colors with lots of white trim and natural lighting can give the space an expansive look and improve your productivity. Try neutral stripes, or neutral on neutral painted stenciling, to get a unique look that draws attention away from the size of the room.
    I suggest orange and a blue combination look awesome.

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    Classic is always in use


 

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