If the decorating bug has bitten, you may be looking to update the paint in your home. Here are some suggestions for spring paint colors and combinations you may not have considered.
The last several years have featured bright, high-contrast colors, so the shift to white isn’t a complete surprise. Pair your favorite white with high-contrast glass paint accents to break up an all-white environment. Using glass paint strategically in doorways and on trim not only helps liven up your room, it also cuts down on wear and peeling in your high-traffic or rough-and-tumble areas!
Without a doubt, gray has been a favorite among neutral spring paint colors for about 10 years. Gray has become the go-to choice because it always plays so well with other colors. Most experienced decorators add color accents on the floors, walls or using furniture to avoid a complete washout, though! Grey and white are always a winning combination, as are bright, jewel-tone colors like red and royal blue. Glass paint gives an unbeatable glossy finish that enamel just can’t touch!
Paint it black!
Tuck black in among your choices for spring paint colors. As an accent with white paint, black provides crisp contrast and ultra-confidence that other color combinations just can’t match. Use black glass paint to create a simple, shiny and clean art deco look. The color goes well with most appliances, and will give the most important room in the house a fresh, fast casual style.
Soften up with pastels
If you’re already looking at a house full of brightly colored rooms, consider softer spring paint colors. Paint manufacturers have noted that the shift to a softer palette is coming, and have created a rainbow of spring paint colors that are easy to combine. Glass paint comes in a variety of colors and can be tinted to match virtually anything. Soften its look by using opaque or translucent glass paint, and create a soothing, durable and artistic finish in any room in the house.
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