What duo of colors to choose for the walls of a living room covered with light seagrass on the floor?
Question from Laetitia
"Hello, I want to repaint the walls of my living room, with light shades that would go well with a light seagrass floor. I have two windows on two of the walls of my room. On one of the 2 remaining walls, there there is a cupboard and the staircase, and on the other, a door (which will be a sliding door in the future). I would like to put a color at the bottom of the wall and another at the top. Thank you for your advice. "
Answer: white to a third of the ground, light gray for the remaining 2/3 or taupe to a third of the ground, light linen for the remaining 2/3
Hello Laetitia, you want to repaint your living room with light colors, you have a seagrass floor and your idea would be to make two colors on your walls. Since you have seagrass on the ground, I would choose two colors that link to the ground. You can leave on a white one third of the ground to play on a very sleek and modern side and paint the two thirds of the top in a string that will remind your seagrass. If you prefer a light mole or a gray, do not hesitate no, it will dress your walls with elegance and sobriety. If you really want two colors, then I offer you, in the same configuration, namely 1 / 3-2 / 3, a taupe tending to beige at the bottom and a light linen at the top. These two colors will respond gently and create a particularly warm atmosphere in your interior. As for the wall of the closet and the staircase, you can perhaps, in order to play on a subtle break, paint it only in one of the two colors. You too, send us your decoration question