When it comes to painting your home, spring isn’t just the best time of year to get it done — it’s also a great source for paint color inspiration. These seasonal paint palettes are the perfect way to add to your home’s curb appeal, refresh a room, update tired trim, and so much more. If you’re ready to let springtime colors breathe new life into your home, here are some great color options to discuss with an expert painting contractor in Alpharetta.
Here Comes the Sun
Pale pastels make even the smallest rooms seem large, warm, and welcoming by accenting the space’s natural light. Kind Green on your walls with Shell White or Truly Taupe for trim accents will mimic spring’s greenery within your home.
Tantalizing Teal is a bold, cheerful accent color that pairs well with warm neutrals like Egret White. Comical Coral is a warm, soft pastel that pairs well with Pure White or can stand in contrast against a darker Coral Clay.
Embrace the Warm Neutrals for Interior House Painting
The past few years have been dominated by cool tones, but warm neutrals are poised to be go-to colors for spring. Sherwin-Williams named Poised Taupe as its 2017 Color of the Year, which is accented nicely by the green tones of Vintage Vessel. Other warm neutrals that will breathe life into your rooms include Abalone Shell, Svelte Sage, and Alpaca.
Add Curb Appeal to Your Home with Exterior House Painting
Update your home’s exterior to be the best on the block with inviting color combinations. You’ll love pulling up to your home when the body is a soft Poolhouse blue, accented with bold Peppercorn and trimmed with a neutral City Loft.
If you don’t need to redo the whole exterior, you can add a splash of springtime color by painting the front door or shutters a bold hue like Tantalizing Teal, Rejuvenate, Oceanside, or Daisy.
Don’t Be Afraid to Go Dark
Springtime palettes aren’t strictly limited to neutrals and pastels. Dark, bold hues work well in well-lit rooms and rooms with lighter floors and fixtures. Whenever you use a darker color for your walls, you can create balance with a lighter shade that’s similar to the dark color or a warm-toned neutral.
If your bathroom has light-colored tile and appliances, you can revitalize the walls with purple-red Blackberry or deep blue Salty Dog. A well-lit room would look great with Naval blue walls, especially when you use pale blue Icicle for trim.
Stevens Painting proudly serves the Alpharetta area with interior and exterior house painting services. We’ll work alongside you every step of the way to ensure you get the visual impact you’re looking for, and we only use the highest quality paint products. Contact J. Stevens Painting or call 770-365-6889 today to schedule your free house painting estimate.