Black Paint On Your Wall: Home Interior Tips On How To Work Wonders With This Classic Color

Posted by Staff Reporter (media@realtytoday.com) on Sep 14, 2015 07:50 AM EDT
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Surely, a little black dress is a classic staple on any women's closet but how about using the black color as a choice of paint for your wall? Too dark and hesitant? Black may not be the most favorable/ stunning color to use on one's home wall but there are some tips to make wonders on the black color. And you might see yourself enjoying the process. Know why and let some of your colorful, metallic home accessories out now because they will surely flatter that dark wall.

Elle Decor shares some tips on how you can take away your doubt on painting a wall of your house black. To diminish one's skepticism and fear of the color black, the color if painted with a portion or whole part of a room according to the article actually adds in " instant glamour" and  the best part of it is that it is "high-impact, timeless, and matches everything."

Tip no. 1

Colorful painting lovers and neon color enthusiasts can enjoy the black color as their wall paint as this would be a lovely "backdrop for colorful art or vibrant furniture."

Tip no. 2

Black goes great with metallic colors especially brass, bronze, and gold. Black and gold will ultimately project a "sumptuous and elegant" feel.

Tip no. 3

"Glossy lacquer" in black actually minimizes the black tone color and makes it a statement wall. If you aim to achieve a solid glossy finish, you may opt several coatings on your wall for this.

Tip no. 4

Black is actually a great color option for men and also with country houses. It scents off a "masculine style" but then still gives off a "warm and inviting feeling."  

Tip no. 5

Black walls can also be a great option as a "backdrop" for "vintage crystal decanters" and other crystal homeware like candleholder, bowl, wine glass, etc.

Tip no. 6

Mix in the Black hue with lighter colors so that the black color may not come off so strong.

Tip no. 7

Still having mix emotions with the black color? you can to try this first on "small pieces" or parts of your house like door, cabinets. This may even resound a great impact on a room with this painted on.

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