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Painting Your Ceilings – Why People Do That

By painting your ceiling in a different color than your walls you will be able to add an extra touch of character into your household. You have been reconsidering this option for a while now, but it seems quite a hard task – well, here comes a brief tutorial that you could follow when endeavouring on the project:

Begin by assessing the space and type of your ceiling. For example if you have a low ceiling and you wish to make it appear much higher you should consider lighter hues. On the other hand if you want to create a dramatic and boxy ambience you should consider darker colors. The only rule that you must follow is that the color of the ceiling must be featured in at least one main component of the given room.

If your house has open spaces which share a common ceiling you can divide the various areas by painting the ceiling in different colors and thus creating a imaginary boundary among the two premises. For instance you can paint the hallway ceiling in a lighter color such as peach or baby blue to create a more welcoming feeling and you can paint over the ceiling in the living room in a darker tone such as red or dark brown to add coziness to the area. By doing so you will decorate and separates the areas at the same time.

If you have a large room that you wish to decorate in a more extravagant manner then you should consider painting you walls in neutral colors such as beige, grey, white, greige and etc. To compliment the walls paint your ceiling in a strong color such as purple and bright yellow. This way the ceiling of the room will be the focal point as it will stand out.

Once you are done painting the ceiling you home will need some cleaning. If you are too tired to clean hire professional cleaning around Melbourne team based to do it for you. When it comes to cleaners Melbourne has a wide array of professionals that you can hire.

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Posted in Home Improvement by llaurenbutler at January 3rd, 2013.
Tags: paint the ceiling, painting

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