If you have been on Pinterest lately, you know that dark painted walls are in. These walls give a dark, dramatic, elegant and luxurious aesthetic to your overall interior design. Most of us prefer a popping or pastel background that is typically intended to make the room look bigger but with the right techniques, you can do the same with a dark tint.
I personally love a dark paint if done right. It requires effort and commitment to completely transform the place. Sure, it’s trendy and you want to remodel your place but you need to keep in mind how risky it can get. Its fun do decide what will go with the dark background. It’s challenging but fun. However, let me assure you that the effort is worth it all. Go for this look if you are honestly ready for it.
It is the best choice if you want to embrace the highlight art. Placing accented colors in front of a dark hued wall upgrades the artistic atmosphere that you try to create. Decorating a dark walled room is no more difficult than decorating any other room. You just need to be extra careful with the furniture you use and the decorative items kept for display. For some, dark hued walls become a great way to display art.
Art fanatics find it easier to exhibit abstract art, pop color art, floral art and oil paintings or any other painting that can enhance the gloomy hue. Establish the overall mood of the room by putting up the right paintings. Oil paintings are an easy way to express what cannot be said. Their colourful nature has the most profound effect upon your observance. Out of the dull gray world, exquisite paintings might be the escape.
Here are the some examples of oil paintings put up on the darkened walls.
Making the art as a statement at the center of the room? The painting really pops up on this dark hue wall. The items and other accessories were added to create a harmony which create a perfect overall look.
In this picture, the designer has used a white aesthetic against a dark one. It makes the room look a lot bigger. The sofa go perfectly with the painting hung. If you look closely, you will see that the paint on the wall is not exactly flat. This is another way you can to opt to paint your room in.
The look created in this room is by far the most difficult ones. The room looks good even in low light. Another great idea of placing a number of paintings to the point that the gloomy feeling is abolished overall entirely.
A black and white visual combined with the appealing brown of furniture. The room looks better during the day, seeing how they have painted the wall against the vast open window through which glaring sun peeks in.
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