A little project I have just started it to repaint my study/craft room.
At present it’s yellow from the picture rails down, cream above, with cream/ivory curtains and all my furntiture is pine. The problem? Between the cream, yellow and pine the room takes on a yellowy glow that is a bit distracting. It’s soft, but it’s not inspiring and it’s certainly not crisp. The window is west facing so the afternoon sun adds to the yellow glow.
Leave the cream (or I have to repaint the ceiling), paint three walls below the picture rail a different cream to above the rail and paint one wall green. This will enable the pine to look less yellowy and have a crisp finish.
Leave the cream as above, paint all walls below the picture rail a different cream and purchase a big wall decal to create a feature wall.
Leave the cream as above. Paint the small amount of wall that sits on either side of the cream curtains green, then put a matching decal on the main piece of wall behind my pc- or a large piece of artwork using the green.
Like a tree perhaps:
Ooh, or we could scrap the green and go with these –
Perhaps something more subtle? It is meant to be inspiring, not overwhelming.