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Denver Paint Color: How to Choose the Correct Color for Your Project

Just like in fashion, color trends for your home come and go. Deciding to paint your home can be difficult enough without all of the stress of choosing the perfect color, so use the following pieces of advice before you put paint to the walls of your home.

- Understand the difference between “warm” and “cool” colors. “Warm” colors are colors like reds, pinks, and oranges; “cool” colors are colors like blues, greens, and purples. You may want to read more about color theory before decide to paint your bathroom red or your living room blue. Color affects your mood and can have a negative effect on your well-being, so do your research.

- Realize that there are many shades of white and deciding to just paint your walls “white,” isn’t that simple. Compare swatches with your décor to go with the best white for your needs.

- Keep notes of the colors you like and where they can be purchased. One home improvement chain may not carry the same brands of paint as another, so if you really like one color then make a note on the paint color card where it can be purchased.

- Look at your possible paint options in a variety of different lights. One color may look nice underneath the store’s fluorescent light, but look completely different under natural light or the incandescent light in your home. If possible, take the paint color cards to the room in which you will be painting and judge it from there in the light that will be used in that room.

- If you are looking for a true color match to your home’s décor, take a fabric sample or any other color match item to your local home improvement store. Most of these stores have a machine that they can use to detect the color and get you a paint as close to the color you need as possible.

Communities Served:

Denver
Five Points
Lakewood
Aurora
Thornton
Littleton
Arvada
Centennial
Wheat Ridge
Foxfield
Golden
Cherry Creek
Westminster
Cherry Hills
Lafayette
Roxborough
Boulder
Highlands Ranch
Longmont
Parker
Broomfield
Elizabeth
Superior
Franktown
Northglenn
Salida
Brighton
Castle Rock
Edgewater
Castle Pines
Globeville

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303-895-8270

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303-895-8270