DINING ROOM COLOR
When deciding on the best paint color for your dining room, let your entertaining style be your guide.
Designed for drama
The dining room isn’t a space you settle into for long periods of time, so it’s an opportunity to use a strong color that is both elegant and dramatic.
Rich, warm reds, corals, golds and silvery grays make great color choices; they work with lighting to coax your space to glow. Wall paint with soft sheens, such as eggshell, satin or semi-gloss, give walls more luster and depth.
Keep in mind that a higher gloss level can add to the drama, but the proper prep work is important because a higher sheen will highlight imperfections.
For a more modern look, highlight the right wall color with trim painted a gloss white.
Find Your Inspiration
Many elements can inspire you when it comes to your dining room, from the furniture that’s front and center, to the window treatments.
This means the paint color you choose plays an important design role. For a pulled-together look, let wood tones or fabrics inspire a paint color choice.
Be a Good Neighbor
To create design flow in the main living areas of your home consider rooms that are adjacent to the dining room when picking a color.
Though you don’t have to match the colors of the spaces exactly, your home may flow better visually if the colors relate. Pair warms with warms and cools with cools, and match existing room colors to Benjamin Moore paint swatches to find complementary colors.
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