How to Choose Paint Colors That Go Together

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Choosing paint colors that go together really well isn't nearly as difficult as you might assume. Choose paint colors that go together with help from a decor expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Ronique Gibson from Have you ever wondered how to choose paint colors? This is probably one of the most difficult things that many homeowners face, but I’m going to help you find simple ways to get colors that go together. A good example is this. If you ever have bedrooms that you want lots of color, but you don’t want it to be over-saturated, pick out colors one at a time of your favorite bedding, pillows, and even accessories. You can see here how these simple colors are all mimicked in this picture. So, look at this picture here, and you will see all of these bright colors, whether it’s your décor of vases, your bedding, your lighting. While you may think that it’s difficult, if you think of one color and then find colors around it that resonate with you. If you prefer more of a natural tone, look at here at this picture. Colors that are natural, that can bring in any kind of motifs of outdoors and naturalness. What I love about this picture is the natural colors. You may feel very warm and natural, but can’t figure out how to choose which colors go together. So, take this picture now, and you can see that all of the different paint chips are little samples from your bedding or even your material that is on your couch. So, what I always tell people is visit your local store. Go to your home improvement store, or even your favorite bedding, or even a clothing store. You’ll be able to see how simple colors can go together without being a big fuss. And, if you really still have problems, also visit your home improvement store in the paint section where they have a color wheel where you can look at colors that are adjacent to each other to find colors that match beautifully in your home. Thank you. I’m Ronique Gibson from, and that was how to help you choose colors that go together.


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