The holiday season is upon us again! As the days grow shorter and the occasional snowflake lilts through the air, you may be inspired to create a magical environment for family gatherings this year.
Maybe you want to create a warm and cozy bedroom, a festive winter wonderland in your living room, or a unique color combination for your dining room. Whatever the mood you’re trying to set, a touch of paint can help you transform your home in dramatic fashion. Here are some ideas to give you inspiration:
1. Warm & Cozy
And you don’t have to paint the whole wall to create a big impact. “Pops of color can be great ways to add interest to a room in a subtle way,” says Benjamin Moore color and design expert Andrea Magno. “The inside of a bookcase, behind glass cabinets, an accent piece of furniture, or even the inside of a closet or a door—the key is to bring in a pop of color in a location that makes sense with the space.”
2. Winter Wonderland
Another great way to add a festive touch to your home is by transforming a room into a winter wonderland. A fresh coat of white or off-white paint with silvery-gray or blue trim is an excellent starting point. You can also paint your fireplace in stunning white to help set off your colorful holiday decorations. And, don’t worry – a white fireplace works well all year-round.
3. Colorful Combinations
Looking for a unique color combination for your holiday pallet? Here’s a great tip from HGTV.com: “Take a color cue from holiday gift bags. Incorporating several colors into a space is often a stumbling block for many do-it-yourselfers. By simply perusing the gift bag aisle, you’ll find exciting and unusual combinations that are often easily transferable to your space.”
Sources: https://www.countryliving.com/home-design/decorating-ideas/advice/g2094/cozy-holiday-decorating-ideas/; https://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/remodeling/architectural-details/painting-stone/; https://www.hgtv.com/remodel/interior-remodel/paint-color-and-decorating-tips
Do you have a painting project in mind?
Stop in to your local GNH Lumber to learn more and to get that project started today. Get your painting project started!