When it comes to painting the inside of your home, you can get dramatic results with a small investment. Nothing will brighten up your home like a fresh coat of paint on the walls. When you’re painting your home, you might be wondering what in the world you should do with your ceiling. There are several different approaches you can take to the ceiling in your home, depending on the look that you’re going for. L.W. Winslow Painting, Inc is here to talk about what the ceiling painting options are so you know which one you want to choose for your home.
Having Ceiling Painted White or Cream
For many people, this is a no brained, they will obviously paint the ceiling white or cream. However, there are so many other design options out there depending on the look that you’re going for. You will want to think about the size of the space that you are painting first and foremost. If the space is small, you will definitely want to paint the ceiling white or cream to help the area look larger. If you are trying to make a small space feel more cozy, you might want to explore other options. The contrast that you get when you paint your ceiling white or cream is a beautiful one, and one that fits with the design goals of many homeowners.
Painting Your Ceiling the Same Shade as the Walls
Some people might be drawn to spaces that have the ceiling and the walls painted the same color. This can bring a cohesive look into your home. It is definitely the easier way to paint the interior of your home since you don’t have to worry about cutting in the wall color and the ceiling color to get the crisp lines. The ease of painting the walls and ceiling the same color can bring with it lower paint costs because the labor will be dramatically reduced. Sometimes, this can make the space appear smaller than it actually is though with little to no contrast between walls and ceilings. Another thing to think about is the fact that sometimes it can highlight imperfections on the walls and ceilings as well.
Should You Paint the Ceiling Darker than the Walls?
Another option that many homeowners may not have explored is a darker ceiling and lighter shade on the walls. A light colored ceiling and darker walls has been traditionally what homeowners have chosen. However, painting the ceiling darker has been gaining in popularity in recent years. Choosing this option will definitely give you the most stark contrast.
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