Interior house colours

Hi everyone! I am currently building my home, and I am having some difficulties in choosing the colors for the inside of the house. Can I get some suggestions please?
  12 answers
  • MN Mom MN Mom on Feb 12, 2016
    Rather than choosing which colors are popular, choose the colors that appeal to you. Check out Behr and Sherwin Williams and Panetone for color swatches. Work off your furniture colors to help decide what will looks best in your home. You can buy sample size jars of paints to try...have fun looking and planning!
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 12, 2016 has color inspiration charts for you to get ideas.I will suggest f you decide to use this paint choose the Marquee collection. I just used this in my bathrooms and the coverage was excellent. Remember the coors on the computer look slightly different than paint chips.
  • Kini Kini on Feb 12, 2016
    Choose what makes you happy! I have a room that gets the morning light and I painted it a soft yellow (vanilla cream by Behr). In the morning the room glows and in the evening it looks more cream/beige. My master bath I did in soft pink (rosey cheeks by Behr. My skin has pink under tones so the color was perfect for putting on make up. I rounded out the bath with burgundy towels and black hardware to give the manly look to my girly pink! My next favorite is a custom grey (72 drops of black to 1 gal). Grey is the new neutral. Remember you will be seeing the color everyday, so again I saw go with what makes you HAPPY!
  • Funnygirl Funnygirl on Feb 12, 2016
    I would pay attention to how I feel in different colored rooms,then choose.
  • Marlene Haigh Marlene Haigh on Feb 13, 2016
    if you have or find a favorite area rug or artwork take the colors from that!
  • Janie Janie on Feb 13, 2016
    I want to paint an accent wall in my kitchen and I wanted it to be red. I got several paint cards from Walmart in different shades of red. I hung these on the wall I wanted to paint and looked at them every time I passed them. I finally know which shade of red that wall is going to be. Hope this helps some.
  • Kathy Bettis Marez Kathy Bettis Marez on Feb 13, 2016
    There are so many ways to go with room color. For me, personally, there is a nice aqua that goes so well with my color scheme. I like aqua and coral and yellow. Might not sound good, but it's super nice. A nice sunny yellow brings the sunshine to your walls. It's as if you don't notice the color, it provides a happy background. It really depends on the colors you have in your furnishings, your bedding, the floors in your home. Let the pros at your paint store help you. Take in a chair cushion, pillowcase, whatever you can to show the pro what you decorate with.
  • KatAych KatAych on Feb 13, 2016
    Take photos of your rooms, upload them at Sherwin Williams. You can try out all their different paint colors before you actually commit. :-p
  • Me Me on Feb 13, 2016
    I moved to a much smaller place this year. I painted almost all the walls a VERY pale gray. It almost looks white. It is extremely airy and fresh and goes with everything and is so calm. It really opened the place up a whole lot. I'm still thinking about an accent-wall color for the bedroom but for now I can really appreciate the mood of this soft neutral.
  • Bluemyrtle45 Bluemyrtle45 on Feb 15, 2016
    Use and Pinterest for ideas.
  • Ashleygrove Ashleygrove on Feb 15, 2016
    Went to the website sherwin-williams.
  • Bluemyrtle45 Bluemyrtle45 on Feb 16, 2016
    Architectural Digest and other home decorating magazines have daily e-newsletters that you can subscribe to for no charge. The place to sign up is usually at the bottom of the website. It applies to any magazine in any category. You can get a lot of ideas and reading for free and you can unsubscribe at any time.