Painting all of the rooms in your home the same color ?

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  • Christina Anne Davis Christina Anne Davis on Feb 18, 2018
    I think that could be a good idea as long as each room had it's own different accent colors, decor, and /or wall decals or decorations.
  • Mary Waechter Mary Waechter on Feb 18, 2018
    Go with different shades on different wallS so it isn’t monotonous.
  • Jay Jay on Feb 18, 2018
    I think Accent Walls would be mire delightful
  • Lee smith Lee smith on Feb 18, 2018
    Great way to create flow, change accessory colors from room to room.
  • Carol Prim Carol Prim on Feb 18, 2018
    We used white tile board from top to bottom in my bathroom. White cabinets (double) above the toilet, large whit vanity with white top and sink. When ever I want something new ,I change towels ,rugs and accessories. Huge mirror on one wall above vanity. My bathroom is a 10x 12, so it is larger than some, but I absolutely love it, have had friends and family and one time quests say how much they love my bathroom. Plus seasons are so easily changed in this room.
  • QBSF QBSF on Feb 18, 2018
    As long as the color you choose is classic and timeless, that's be fine.
    Another option that gives a subtle depth of change, is to use the main color, then go one shade darker for other rooms.
    People always forget to consider the view plane through doorways when you can see multiple rooms (and their wall colors) at the same time.
    I personally think dramatic accent walls are very dated, but an accent wall that's just a shade or two darker than the rest of the room, is subtlety very beautiful.
    • Jelly Jelly on Feb 18, 2018
      I am using a very pale color throughout the living room, dining room and up the stairs and hallway. I am using chocolate, teal and some black accents. My bedroom upstairs is a light grey color. The other 3 bedrooms I will need to paint. And the guest bathroom upstair. I just want it all to flow. Thank you for you input.
  • Lee smith Lee smith on Feb 18, 2018
    if your paint is very light, forget painting ceilings white just carry wall paper onto ceiling. Cream is good if you are traditional , pale warm gray for contemporary style. If place is small you can make it appear bigger by painted the trims in same color except use semi gloss. doors, windows and molding all same color as wall for small space
    • Jelly Jelly on Feb 18, 2018
      I am using a very pale yellow throughout the living, dining room and stairway up to the hallway upstair. Those rooms are all walls that connec to each other.
  • Lee smith Lee smith on Feb 18, 2018
    that will visually expand your space.
  • Dave Dave on Feb 18, 2018
    The answer is yes, walls and ceilings can also be painted the same. We did ours at the suggestion of a painter friend of mine. Every wall will look different because of shadowing, the ceilings too. Stay with lighter colors, it is a lot less work because you won't have to cut in around wall and ceilings. Instead of the feeling of being boxed in it was the opposite in our house. We used TOBACCO ROAD color kind of a tea stain, and because door trim and window trim are just standard white it was like the ceilings blend beautifully. Remember, it is your home try new things. We have been complimented all the time when people see it the first time. I hate white ceilings, looks too much like grandparents home. Good luck!