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Colourful doors have been a thing for years, there’s always one in the neighbourhood and it’s probably a faded and scratched red. No longer. Bright and colourful doors are all the rage right now, and they come in all the shades of the rainbow- you can’t go wrong! And yes, although that means we can finally use our favourite colours without having to worry about clashing with the rest of the house, keep in mind this paint is likely to last for some time, so you don’t want to pick a colour you may live to regret later.
If you’re feeling brave, slap on a bright and eye catching shade for some fun instagram shots- if you’re new to door colour, or if you’re feeling a little bit more reserved, go for a more neutral colour. You’ll be surprised how much of a difference just a small blob of colour can make to the look of a whole house and no, you don’t have to paint the walls too! Millennial pink is a great safe bet for the average home, this shade can blend in well with any decor and any exterior finish. Daring with your design and want to let everyone know? Darker hot pinks or deep and bold blues are the colours for you. On trend and eye catching, these shades scream chic!
Sometimes colour on just the exterior doors can be a little underwhelming in a bold house, especially one already filled to the brim with colour. In this case, take the plunge and colour each inside door too. Doors can either be all painted the same colour to contrast a specific wall design, or alternating colours- potentially with patterns, but with neutral or toned down walls. Whatever colour you decide to paint your doors, remember they need some regular love and care too, especially if they’re an easily ruined colour such as white.
So, what is your opinion on sofas in the bedroom… yay or nay? If you are thinking about purchasing a sofa for the bedroom, definitely make sure you keep size in mind. Whilst having a sofa in the bedroom is cool, if your sofa is too large it may leave your room looking too cluttered and overpowered by the sofa.