How To Choose The Best Color For My Room

The Best Color For My Room

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When I was in high school, my dad told me that there are five things you need to know about painting: color theory, pigment types, paint thicknesses, and finishes. It turns out that while these factors will help you choose the right paint color for your room, they’re also great starting points for choosing paint colors in general! So whether you just want an easy way to choose the right shade of green or if you want tips on how best to match tones between two rooms with similar styles or sizes—this guide will get you there!

There are 5 factors to help you choose the best color for your room.

  • Size of the room:

The size of your room will determine how much color you can use. The larger the space, the more saturation and variety you’ll have in your decorating options. If you have a small bedroom and want to keep things simple, stick with neutral tones like white or gray instead of colorful ones like red or blue. On the other hand, if you live in an apartment with lots of windows that let in lots of natural light throughout the day (and night), then it might be worth considering brighter colors like yellow or orange for accenting areas where people see them most often (like walls).

  • Ceiling height:

The height from floor to ceiling should also influence which colors look best in your living space—the higher up the ceiling is from ground level (or below), the darker shades will appear more dramatic as they fill out their space rather than being lost behind lighter shades that are closer together on either side due to being closer together vertically too! That said…

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The first factor is the size of the room.

The first factor to consider is the size of your room. A small space can be made to look bigger by choosing light colors, while a large one can be made smaller with dark ones. Try not to get too hung up on this rule, because it’s not as important as other factors like quality and style. Your eye will adjust as you move around in your room and find what looks best based on what you want out of it: space or privacy. Lightness or darkness?

The second factor is the ceiling height.

The second factor is the ceiling height. If you have a low ceiling, you can use darker colors and more neutral tones that will work better in your room. If your ceilings are high, lighter colors will make them look bigger and brighter.

One step at a time.

This is the most important thing to remember when choosing colors for your home. Don’t try to do too much at once, and don’t let yourself get overwhelmed by all of the choices out there. Start with one room and work your way up from there. Make sure you have time in your schedule for this process!

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all of these options, try doing something else first—your favorite TV show or the book or even just going out for ice cream are always good activities that will help calm down while still giving you some inspiration on what colors might work best in your space (and maybe bring up some memories).

The third factor is the amount of natural light in the room.

The third factor is the amount of natural light in the room. The more natural light, the better—especially if you’re going for a color like blues or greens. If it’s too dark, though, consider painting over any existing wall colors with white paint instead.

The fourth and final factor is your taste: Do you like bright colors? Or are they too much for your current decorating style?

Start with one room and paint it according to our tips.

  • Start with one room and paint it according to our tips.
  • Choose a color that you love, but check the room’s dimensions first: if your living room is 4 feet by 8 feet, chances are you’ll want to avoid using very dark colors such as black or navy blue. The same goes for bolder hues like red or orange—they can be great for accenting other elements of your decor (like pillows), but might not work so well in small spaces where people are likely to spend most of their time.
  • Try sticking with a single family of colors instead of mixing them up like crazy: if possible, stick with shades from within the same family so they’ll look better together than separated by other families (or even just all over the place). If there aren’t any shades available within this group then maybe try finding another grouping that looks nice together.

The fourth factor is the feel of a space, which depends on whether you want a calm, energetic or sophisticated environment.

The fourth factor is the feel of a space, which depends on whether you want a calm, energetic or sophisticated environment. A room that has been painted in a vibrant color can make it feel larger and more open — but if you prefer to keep things simple, then choosing something more muted will help create an intimate atmosphere.

The right paint color can also have an impact on how people perceive rooms. If your walls are painted in neutral tones (like beige), they’ll look smaller than they are; conversely, if they’re painted in bold colors like reds and oranges, they’ll appear to be larger than life!

Then go on to another room and do that one, too.

Once you have chosen your color, it’s time to move on to another room. And then another. And then another. You may find yourself wondering whether this is a good idea or not—but don’t worry! It’s not a burden; it will make the process easier if you’re trying different colors in each room as opposed to picking one and sticking with it for an entire house renovation project (unless of course, that’s what works best for you).

Now that we’ve established how great this method is at helping us choose our ideal color palette, let’s talk about why we should all go through with it right now:

The fifth factor is furniture and décor.

This can be updated if you decide on bolder colors or if the shades blend well with your existing furniture and décor. If you have a lot of artwork, perhaps a bold color would be best. If you have a lot of accessories in your home that are similar shades as one another (for example baskets), then this might be something to consider as well.

With these tips, choosing paint colors will be easier than ever!

  • Choose a color that goes well with the size of your room, ceiling height, amount of natural light, and feel of a space.
  • Make sure you don’t choose too dark or too light. If it’s dark in color but there’s not much natural light coming through your windows or doorways, this could make things seem dull and depressing. On the other hand, if one wall is painted bright pink and all others are white that may also feel overwhelming so try to find some balance between them so everyone feels comfortable in their place!


So, what are you waiting for? Go out there and choose the best color for your mood.

I am a Nutrition Educator and blogger with a mission to help people live healthier, happier lives. I share research-based and practical information on health, nutrition, and fitness.

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