All of your favorite paint and color creators have weighed in on this year’s top interior shades. Before you get an estimate for interior house painting in Alpharetta, check out the top 3 picks for 2018 from Fillo Painting Contractors.
From HGTV Home and Sherwin Williams, this pseudo-turquoise is making a bold statement in homes across the country this year. Jay Blue is that shade of blue you’ve always wanted to try but was afraid it might be too over-the-top. This shade would go well in a simple, minimalist dining room with a tropical twist. Use it as a backdrop for unframed canvas art and let it be the highlight of the room. This look also pairs well with light, warm wood flooring and furniture as well as brushed silver or gold lighting fixtures.
Yellow is a great way to brighten a room. It also has a unique effect that makes a room feel bigger than it actually is. Last year, muted yellows were few and far between but in 2018, Golden Ochre is taking center stage. In a room with access to a lot of light, yellow can feel too bright, but this shade of Valspar balances natural light perfectly. When used as an accent color on a single wall, it allows you to showcase unique features in your room like built-in bookshelves or vaulted ceilings. Golden Ochre pairs well with pastel blue and turquoise which means you could also use it in a boy’s nursery or playroom.
Penelope is the color of choice this year from Graham & Brown. This neutral shade is a cross between ecru and rose pink that’s perfect for the boudoir or a girl’s nursery. However, it’s also versatile enough to complement a Mediterranean kitchen and a modern living room. If you’re a fan of white gold and orchids, this color is the one for you. Pair it will pale green and grey accents or unfinished pine cabinets and flooring in the kitchen.
Let 2018 be the year you bring new life to your walls by adding a splash of color. If you’re thinking about interior house painting in Alpharetta, contact the experts at Fillo Painting for those hard to reach places and delicate edging.