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Desperate for a change?
by Stefani Demetriadeby Stefani Demetriade
Have you reached a point that you watch around your house over and over again and think: Hm… Something is missing from here… Perhaps colour is missing! Ok, let’s remember… Do you remember the time we talked about the painting palette?
 
Perhaps colour is missing!
 
Ok, let’s remember… Do you remember the time we talked about the painting palette?
Have you reached a point that you watch around your house over and over again and think: Hm… Something is missing from here…
 
Perhaps colour is missing!
 
Ok, let’s remember… Do you remember the time we talked about the painting palette?  It’s pretty easy! When I say easy, I actually mean it and I will explain what I mean with an example which shows how simple it is to create a personal painting palette using photos you have seen and liked.
I’ll take some photos I have randomly chosen from pinterest and out of these photos I’ll pick out specific colours we can use on our walls and objects.
 
Now, I know what you’re thinking… “Ok, I have picked out the colours… now what?” This is also very simple.  First, you must think out of the box if you want to achieve something like this, on your own, without a professional to guide you on how to do so and avoid the extra cost. 
 
What you need is a thorough examination to locate the colours that are prominent in the photo you liked. More specifically, you must use the colours that cover the biggest part and these will create your painting palette that will cover the biggest surface of your space.  The colours that cover only a small part in your photos have to be used on small objects like chairs, fabrics and decorative objects.  
 
 
 
It’s not difficult, you just needs taste, enthusiasm and as I said before you have to think out of the box!  I wish you good luck and if you want to remember our previous article that explains how to create a professional painting palette on your own, click here
 

It’s not difficult, you just needs taste, enthusiasm and as I said before you have to think out of the box!  I wish you good luck and if you want to remember our previous article that explains how to create a professional painting palette on your own, click here