Painting Ideas for the Festive Season
As the joyous celebration of Navratri and Diwali make their way into our lives, a period of festivity ushers in the goodness that entices the inner child in all of us! It is the season of new, the clothes and jewellery that adorn our body, and the magnificence of our homes.
Makeovers and refurbishments are in full swing to make way for the perfect setting for our celebrations, and a fresh coat of paint does to a wall what a smile does to faces, it just lights it up!
With each day passing by and the best time of the year edges closer, this is the perfect opportunity to make the rounds to the market and pick out the best there is. The best fabric for our loved ones and bright colours that make the eyes twinkle but what about our home?
Don’t they deserve the best? They sure do!
At Décor Chutney, we understand and value the itsy-bitsies that come together to make a home, right from the décor to the colours that reflect your personality.
We understand that painting can be a messy affair, but hey, elegance always comes at a price right?
So let’s do this, step by step. The entire house or just one room? The pristine Fresh Ivory or a jazzy Grape Magic? The plain ol’ smooth texture, or something playful?
You needn’t worry! We have got your back with some of the best ideas to re-do your home before the arrival of the festive season.
An elegant texture, especially when combined with the perfect lights. If you’re redoing just your living room, this idea suits you well.
A little out there, I agree, but, it is pretty! Got to admit that. In my opinion, green as a colour and this effect in particular suits well to the kitchen and dining area. This same pattern in different colour combinations and there is a brilliant pattern for every room.
Metallic is one of the most graceful choices for wall colour. The lights bounce of, the colour seems elegant – completely changes the look of the home. Not to mention the smooth effect, something really soothing about it.
This is something really attractive and creative, especially if you want to stir away from patterns and textures. Also, make sure you have the exact picture of the wall in your mind – it is very important that you have all the elements in place before hand.
Do you have a creative streak or just feel like letting your creative juices flow? There are a number of patterns, designs and textured wall paint ideas that you can create. Get some tools, colours, and let it all flow.
Some more inspiration!