Stylish Paint Feature Wall
The Most Economical Accent Walls Choice!
Paint is the easiest and usually the most economical option for creating a feature wall. Just follow your instincts and be daring to choose a feature wall colour. Not only that it rejuvenates the space but also depends on the colour you select, to deceive the eye into seeing the room as a different size than it is.
Nowadays, when it comes to selecting the best colour to paint and stand out a wall, there are many options to choose from, rather than just a vast array of colours. The stylish effects paint feature walls such as glitter, concrete, stone, metallic, metal shimmer, copper, stainless steel, chalkboard and more, can be easily created by applying the effect paint.
Paint Feature Wall Colour Ideas
Large or small spaces, both can be challenging to decorate. The wrong colour can make you feel cramped or out of place. Here are some of the great tips to help you decide which colour is the best suitable for interior/exterior space.
Warm Colour Feature Wall
Warm colours such as red, yellow, orange and diversity of these three colours, likely to bring the wall towards the eye, which makes space appear smaller. You may consider painting a warm feature wall at the end of narrow and long areas like the hallway, and it will create a more balanced space.
A bright orange feature wall is a great option to add a blast of energy to a living room. However, this stimulating colours may not so suitable for sleeping areas.
Cold Colour Feature Wall
Cold colours such as blue, green, purple and diversity of these three colours, likely to bring the wall away from the eye, which creates an illusion that small space appears larger.
Paint a cold colour feature wall on one of the walls in your bedroom, and you can give the bedroom an illusion of more spacious.
Add a cold colour (deep blue) accent wall to a minimalist living room. It adds depth to the small space.
You may consider using your ceiling in your living room as a feature wall. Paint an intense cold colour on it to give the illusion that the ceiling/roof is higher than it is.
Painted Stripes Feature Wall
Painted stripes feature wall brings an engaging yet straightforward pattern to space.
Horizontal stripes feature wall is a great way to make space look broader than it is. You may consider two different shades of the same colour to create a classy and contemporary look and feel.
Vertical stripes feature wall is a great way to make a low ceiling seem taller than it is.
For those who love colours, colourful lines providing the perfect backdrop for the décor of your choice and at the same time, give the room a more airy and elegant appeal.
Neutral Colour Feature Wall
Neutral colours include black, white, greys, tans, and browns. The effects of neutral tones depend more on the colours around them.
Special Effect Paint Feature Wall
Special effect paint gives the surface whatever effect you are trying to create. For example, if you are looking for the metallic look in your home, you will be glad to know that it’s achievable by merely applying the metallic effect paint.